Drug crimes are serious offenses in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Prosecutors often aggressively pursue drug crimes cases against defendants to set an example for others in the community. You need a drug crimes defense attorney to help you combat these charges. You need Attorney Chris Spring of Lowell, MA. Call Spring & Spring today at (617) 513-9444 to talk to Chris directly about your individual drug crimes charges. He can provide clear, concise and reliable legal advice during a free consultation.
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Hiring a Lowell drug crimes lawyer could transform your legal case. Rather than making mistakes, such as saying too much to a police officer or failing to protect your rights, you can use a smart and aggressive defense strategy from the beginning. Your lawyer will have creative solutions that make use of the tools available to you, such as a motion to suppress the drug evidence. A defense attorney like Chris Spring can put his knowledge and experience in drug crimes cases to work on your behalf.
If you retain Attorney Spring for your drug crimes case in Lowell, he can provide the following services for you:
Hiring an experienced and proven criminal defense lawyer in Lowell can have a major impact on your case. Attorney Spring can have a positive effect on your future, freedom and overall wellbeing.
You could face charges for many different types of drug crimes in the Commonwealth. Prosecutors are tough with these crimes. They charge many as felony offenses. The penalties you may face with a drug crimes conviction in Lowell will depend on the type of charge:
Possessing drugs with intent to sell is a more serious crime than simple possession, as it encourages drug use among others in the community. The prosecution may try to prove that you intended to sell drugs based on a large quantity in your possession, baggies or other distribution packaging, cutting agents, multiple cellphones, or large amounts of cash in your home.
Drug crime convictions can come with severe penalties, including jail time. If the alleged distribution of drugs occurs within 300 feet of a school or 100 feet of a park, the minimum mandatory jail sentence in Massachusetts is two years.
The power of your defense could be all the stands between you and a life-changing criminal conviction. Drug crimes are defended by: challenging the constitutionality of the search; arguing that the defendant was not properly identified as the seller; or arguing that the drugs seized from the defendant were for personal use rather than distribution. Retaining Attorney Chris Spring could give you the resources, education, and hands-on experience you need for a strong defense strategy against drug crimes in Lowell. Contact Spring & Spring today to schedule a free consultation. Initial meetings with Chris Spring are always free.