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Deferred Entry of Judgment - Drug Cases

California law is tough on drug offenders, punishing those convicted of possession, trafficking, or manufacturing controlled substances. However, you may qualify for Deferred Entry of Judgment (DEJ) for a drug offense, which provides considerable benefits over a conviction.

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There are significant benefits for taking advantage of California’s Deferred Entry of Judgment program, but only if you qualify and successfully complete the terms. A knowledgeable drug crimes attorney can help you understand the strict eligibility rules and assist you throughout the process.

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