Voorhees, NJ -- (SBWIRE) -- 04/03/2014 -- Individuals living in New Jersey, who have been previously convicted of a drug offense, may qualify for a conditional discharge. Charles Block, attorney at law, is pleased to announce that he is now offering legal assistance to those who qualify for a conditional discharge in NJ this spring. New Jersey, along with many other states throughout the United States, have recently passed legislature that helps first time offenders reduce or even eliminate legal ramifications. If a defendant qualifies for the program, their drug charges can be dropped and the defendant can complete supervisory treatment appointed by the state of New Jersey.
Before a New Jersey municipal court can make a decision regarding conditional discharge, an individual must first hire a responsible attorney who can defend him or her in a court of law. Charles Block can help his defendants satisfy all qualifications in order to receive a conditional discharge. To qualify, a defendant must not have any previous drug charges in New Jersey. The defendant must also not have been placed in a conditional discharge program, prior to this program. The defendant must not pose a threat to his or her surrounding community and must benefit from the program.
When placed in the conditional discharge program, defendants will be supervised for no longer than three years. Individuals who are interested in learning about conditional discharge can contact the offices of Charles Block, attorney at law, at 856-741-1495. He also provides consultation for expungement in NJ as well.
About Charles Block
Charles Block has been practicing law since 1984 and has practiced in many areas of law such as criminal law, juvenile law, DUI/DWI, traffic law, real estate law and expungements. He is proud to have been serving those in South Jersey for over 29 years. He knows how misrepresentation can affect someone’s everyday life and will work his hardest on each and every case with a free initial consultation and flat fees are offered in most cases.
For more Information visit http://www.charlesblock.com/.