Charged with Driving Under the Influence of PCP? We can help.
What is PCP?
PCP (Phencyclidine), also known as angel dust, is a drug used for its mind-altering effects. PCP can cause hallucinations, enhanced perceptions of sounds, and aggressive behavior. As a recreational drug, it is typically smoked, but is also taken by mouth, snorted, or injected with a syringe. It is unlawful to operate a motor vehicle under the influence of PCP.
Penalties for NJ PCP DUI
The penalties for driving under the influence of PCP are severe.
For a first offense, PCP DUI defendants face a minimum seven month license suspension and substantial fines, fees and surcharges.
For a second offense, PCP DUI defendants face a mandatory two year license suspension and up to 90 days in jail.
For a third or subsequent offense, PCP DUI defendants face a ten year license suspension and mandatory 180 days in jail.
We Can Help
If you are charged with PCP DUI in New Jersey, it is critical that you discuss matters with an experienced NJ PCP DUI lawyer. An experienced attorney can evaluate the charges, plan a strategy, negotiate a plea bargain with the prosecutor or, if necessary, conduct a trial.
The Mollo Law Firm, New Jersey DWI attorneys, has handled DUI and DWI cases throughout the State of New Jersey. These have included PCP DUI cases. Al Mollo is one of very few attorneys to be certified in drug impairment recognition. This gives our clients an advantage and helps to level the playing field in court.
If you have any questions please contact our office at (732) 747-1844 or e-mail Al Mollo directly at email@example.com. Consultations are always free and always confidential.