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What You Need to Know About Methamphetamine Charges

Posted on : May 7, 2017
Massachusetts Drug Crimes Attorney
Although Massachusetts legalized medical and recreational marijuana, methamphetamine crimes are penalized harshly. Whether you are in possession of methamphetamine or charged with trafficking, you face serious penalties. Here’s what you need to know and how to fight against methamphetamine charges. Possession of Methamphetamine The possession of methamphetamine, a Class B drug, is penalized as follows: First Offense: […]

Caught Trading or Selling Prescription Pills? Get Legal Help

Posted on : December 9, 2016
Massachusetts Prescription Drug Attorney
Some people don’t think twice about giving their friend a pain pill when they have a headache, or an anxiety pill when they’re facing a tough situation. Or they might have some extras that they didn’t take and want to make a few bucks off them. Federal law prohibits giving or selling prescription drugs to […]

How to Handle an OUI Drugs

Posted on : November 8, 2016
Massachusetts DUI of Drugs
An OUI of drugs is a serious charge and if you’re found guilty, you stand to incur severe, life-altering punishments. You can mount the strongest possible defense, which is crucial when you are arrested on charges of driving under the influence of drugs, when you hire a seasoned criminal defense lawyer. Here are some questions […]

Massachusetts Heroin Laws

Posted on : October 26, 2016
Massachusetts Drug Crimes Attorney
In Massachusetts, heroin is more regulated than marijuana or even cocaine. If you are charged with a crime related to heroin, obtain legal representation as soon as possible. Additionally, the penalties for a conviction are harsh and can have a negative impact for the rest of your life. Possession of Heroin The possession of heroin, even […]

Massachusetts’ New Opiate Laws

Posted on : September 8, 2016
Massachusetts Drug Crimes Lawyer
Opiates are powerfully addictive drugs that doctors prescribe to ease pain after surgery or pain related to chronic conditions. However, opiates can lead to illicit drug use, arrest, and even death. In fact, Massachusetts passed new opiate laws in March 2016 that will place limitation on what doctors can prescribe. These laws also will provide addicted […]