Refusal to Submit To A Breathalyzer Dismissed

Cliff Bidlingmaier was successful in having a Refusal to Submit to a breathalyzer dismissed using arguments set forth by the Supreme Court of New Jersey case of State v. Leavitt, 107 N.J. 534, 542 (1987), also known as the “confusion doctrine.”

Cliff Bidlingmaier was successful in having a possession of CDS charge dismissed based upon discovery violations in New Jersey. (more…)

Defending A Drug Possession Charge In Pennsylvania

While drug possession is one of the most common and minor drug offenses in Pennsylvania, the penalties can still be severe. Depending on the type of drug and the amount, you could face costly fines and significant jail time.

Proving drug possession

Under Pennsylvania law, a conviction for drug possession requires proof, beyond a reasonable doubt, that you: (more…)