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Operating A Motor Vehicle With CDS Ticket 39:4-49.1

Receiving a ticket for operating a motor vehicle with a controlled dangerous substance (CDS) means that you are guaranteed to lose your license if found guilty. A possession of CDS in motor vehicle attorney is here to help you.
According to NJSA 39:4-49.1: No person shall operate a motor vehicle on any highway while knowingly having in his possession or in the motor vehicle ANY controlled dangerous substance or prescription legend drug, unless the person has obtained the substance or drug from, or on a valid written prescription of, a duly licensed doctor, veterinarian, dentist or other medical practitioner licensed to write prescriptions intended for the treatment or prevention of disease.

How Much Trouble Am I In If Caught Driving With CDS In The Car?

  • fine of at least $50.00
  • 2 year loss of driver’s license​

What Is Considered A Controlled Dangerous Substance In NJ?

examples include cocaine, marijuana, heroin, designer drugs, ecstasy, LSD, methamphetamine, morphine, valium, vicodin, oxycodone, mushrooms

Want To Talk To A New Jersey Possession Of CDS In A Vehicle Attorney? 

Call us at 609-392-7600 to discuss your case. Make sure the lawyer you hire is experienced, like us, in handling this type of ticket. Otherwise, you will have a few surprises you were not warned of.

We handle Municipal Court violations/offenses in Mercer County, Middlesex County, and Burlington County. 

Mercer County: Hamilton, Trenton, Ewing, Lawrence, Pennington, East Windsor, West Windsor, Hopewell, Princeton Township, Princeton Borough, Hightstown, and Robbinsville.

Middlesex County: Plainsboro, Cranbury, East Brunswick, South Brunswick, and Sayreville.

Burlington County: Bordentown, Burlington City, Burlington Township, Moorestown, Mount Laurel, Willingboro, Mt. Holly, Florence, and Pemberton.Call our office at 609-392-7600 to discuss your case NOW.