Saint Augustine, FL asked in Criminal Law for New Jersey

Q: how long in New Jersey do they have to create the return of warrant I was arrested 27th of Feb. Graves Act wavier poss?

1st offense

Will I ever see the light of day again 12 counts criminal charges drugs and weapons

I'm a gun collector, Ham radios operator,and had license for everything.

I wasn’t selling the drugs I wasn’t selling guns I collect everything the drugs are for my own use they’re trying to pin so much on me my survalence cameras will show no one ever came to my home except DoorDash FedEx and UPS I worked nights 9 to 5am So of course, I had cameras around my house due to what I had inside.

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Louis A Casadia
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  • Criminal Law Lawyer
  • Hammonton, NJ
  • Licensed in New Jersey

A: Impossible to answer this without more information. You need an experienced attorney who has handled Firearm and narcotics cases before. With drugs involved it will be difficult to obtain a Graves waiver, but you need an Attorney who can evaluate the States evidence and make sure they charged the correct offenses and that they can actually prove the drug charges. Most criminal defense attorneys, including myself, provide free consultations and quotes for representation.

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