Drug Defense 2017-08-01T23:35:50+00:00

Drug Defense Lawyer in Bridgeport, CT

When you are facing drug charges, you need a hardworking lawyer to offer aggressive, dedicated representation.

The Noce Law Offices offers 30 years of experience in all types of Drug Offenses, ranging from simple possession to large scale distribution. The laws regarding drug possession and use in Connecticut are tough. Just because you have been charged with illegal possession of drugs, does not mean that the law cannot protect you in Connecticut. There are many situations that involved law enforcement conducting illegal searches and unconstitutional arrests. Both of these situations may lead to the case being compromised and possibly even dismissed. Vincent L. Noce Jr’s experience will help you fight any drug charge.


  • How Can The Noce Law Offices Help Me?

    Even if you are caught possessing drugs of any quantity, you may not be convicted of the crime, The officers may have searched you improperly or tested the drugs improperly. For these reasons it is a good decision to hire an attorney experienced in drug defense.

  • Where Can I Find More Information About Laws of Legal Searches?

    You can contact our law offices today to learn more about search and seizure laws in Connecticut and get a free consultation for your case.

  • Why Shouldn’t I Just Plead Guilty?

    By pleading guilty, you are subjecting yourself to a permanent criminal record for the remainder of your life. This may prevent you from being eligible for federal loans and grants, certain professional licenses, and many other consequences. Before ever pleading guilty, you should consult with an experienced and knowledgeable attorney.

  • If I Need a Lawyer, Where Do I Go From Here?

    Contact us immediately at 203-374-9229 to schedule a free consultation with Vincent L. Noce Jr. Attorney Noce will assess your information and begin to prepare your defense. The sooner you can meet with Attorney Noce, the sooner he can prepare a strong defense to help you avoid a criminal conviction.

Sale & Conspiracy:

  • Manufacturing:

    Drug manufacturing, in a criminal law setting, occurs when an individual is involved in any step of the illicit drug production process those who sell certain precursor chemicals, specialized equipment, or simply offer to help produce drugs may also be charged with the crime.

    Sale of drugs occurs when a person participates in any form of the delivery process, to include bartering, exchange or gift. A transaction made under any of these delivery process’ is considered sale.

  • Sale and Distribution:

    Distribution generally means that a person is accused of selling, delivering, or providing controlled substances illegally. Punishments can be enhanced depending on the location of the sale/distribution and the drug dependency of the defendant. Connecticut General Statutes provide enhanced punishment who for any individual who sells or with intent to sell to another person any controlled substance in or on, or within 1500 feet or a public or private elementary or secondary school/ public housing project/ licensed child day care center.

  • Use of Drug Paraphernalia:

    Along with drug possession charges, possession of drug paraphernalia charges are one of the more commonly charged crimes in any jurisdiction. Almost anything can be considered drug paraphernalia, items such as bongs, roach clips, glass pipes, or syringes are commonly associated with the crime. These laws are often broadly applied, and a court can find almost any item to be drug paraphernalia under the right circumstances. If you get convicted of using or possessing with the intent to use drug paraphernalia, you face a conviction of a Class C misdemeanor, which carries penalties of up to 3 months in jail and a fine up to $500.00