Even Minor Drug Charges Are Serious. Let Me Help Mitigate Your Penalties.

Whether you're facing drug possession charges or charges relating to trafficking prescription drugs, you need an experienced, aggressive defense lawyer.

Loss of your driver's license, fines, drug rehab, jail time — even suspension or revocation of your professional license — are all potential consequences.

Utilizing My Years Of Experience As A Former Police Officer

I am criminal defense attorney Joseph M. Horn. I provide state and federal drug crimes defense in New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania.

I defend against charges involving possession, trafficking, cultivation that involve all types of street and prescription drugs such as marijuana, cocaine, heroin, meth, MDMA, Xanax, lorazepam, Vicodin, oxycodone and OxyContin. I also defend against related charges, such as conspiracy or money laundering.

Before I became a criminal defense lawyer, I spent many years working as a New Jersey police officer. I'm good at evaluating drug case evidence and police procedure.

I have a thorough understanding about search and seizures law, as they are important parts of drug crime defense. Did the police have probable cause to stop you and search you, your home or your car?

I will methodically read the arrest report and discover if police violated your constitutional rights. If so, I won't hesitate to ask the judge to suppress the evidence seized and used against you. Your charge might be reduced or dropped.

Contact Me Right Away For A Free Case Evaluation

I know that this is a frightening time. You may be scared for your future — or your child's future. You can count on me to take the mystery and fear out of the process and protect you.

If you are seeking a skilled criminal defense lawyer, contact my office today. Serving all of Bergen County, including Ridgefield Park, New Jersey, and all of New York and Pennsylvania. Call 201-479-2858 or send me an email. I offer free consultations.

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