Steroid Possession & Intent to Distribute
Passaic County Superior Court Defense Lawyers
Anabolic steroid use is running rampid these days because of the ability of these drugs to promote rapid muscle growth and accelerate healing. However, anabolic steroids are classified as a Schedule III controlled dangerous substance (“CDS”) and possession or distribution (possession with intent to distribute) is unlawful under N.J.S.A. 24:21-7(a) absent a valid prescription from a physician. In addition, there are certain steroids that are illegal altogether. Anyone who is convicted of possessing or intent to distribute steroids faces significant penalties, including the possibility of jail, so it is important that proper representation is secured if you are the subject of these charges. The lawyers at our firm, the Law Offices of John F. Marshall, include multiple former prosecutors, with considerable knowledge and experience defending steriod offenses. Give us a call anytime to discuss the offense you are facing. An attorney is available 24/7 for a free initial consultation by telephone or you may schedule a face-to-face meeting in our Clifton or Wayne office.
Illegal Steriods Under New Jersey Law
Methandriol Fluoxymesterone Stanolone Testolactone Boldenone Chlorostestosterone Mibolerone Oxyandrolone Methandrostenolone Nandrolone Clostebol Formebulone Methenolone Dihydrotestosterone Mesterolone Ethylestrenol Testosterone Oxandrolone Stanolone When you retain an experienced anabolic steroid attorney at the Law Offices of John F. Marshall, we carefully analyze all key issues as well as police conduct and procedure to build a persuasive case. While our first objective is to identify a basis to have the charges against you dismissed or obtain an acquittal following a criminal trial, we also will seek grounds to negotiate a favorable plea bargain where appropriate. Some of the defenses that we may utilize depending on the specific facts and circumstances of your case include: No reasonable suspicion to justify a stop or search Search exceeded the scope of the warrant Lawful prescription for use of anabolic steroids Violation of rights against self-incrimination (Miranda violations) Failure to satisfy probable cause requirement for a search or arrest Lack of intent Improper chain of custody issues When you retain a steroid possession & distribution attorney in Passaic County, we understand the serious long-term potential impact on your career, education, reputation and freedom. The possession of anabolic steroids in any amount is a 3 Punishment may include a fine up to $35,000, potential six month driver’s license suspension and potentially other assessments. Talk to a Passaic County Steroid Possession & Distribution Attorney At the Law Offices of John F. Marshall, Passaic County steroid defense attorneys understand the potential consequences of a conviction and works diligently to obtain a dismissal or acquittal. Where this is not feasible, we construct an effective defense so that we can negotiate a reduced plea from a position of strength. Call us toll free at 800-333-4184 or contact our office online.