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Beverly, in Essex County, Massachusetts, is sometimes fondly called the "Garden City." With a population of approximately 39,862, Beverly is a thriving North Shore community. Beverly was first settled in 1626 and was incorporated in 1668. Notably, Beverly was home to the first cotton mill in America, and the city played a key role in the Industrial Revolution. Today, Beverly has residential and manufacturing areas, centers of business, and top-notch public schools. Endicott College is also located in Beverly. While this city offers quiet neighborhoods and abundant open space, it also has a bustling downtown. Salem District Court, formally called First District Court of Essex County, serves Beverly as well as:
Although Beverly is generally not a high-crime city, no city or town is isolated from drug crimes. Drug crimes are common throughout the state. In a typical year, there are more than 20,000 Massachusetts drug violation arrests, more than any other crime. Most drug crimes in our Commonwealth tend to involve heroin, cocaine, marijuana, and Oxycontin.
Drug crimes are aggressively prosecuted in Massachusetts, and those who are convicted can face harsh penalties. Drug crimes include trafficking, distribution, possession, possession with intent to distribute, manufacturing, conspiracy, school zone violations, drug paraphernalia, and more. The nature of drug cases basically depends on the type and quantity of drug involved and the purpose for which a person has the drugs. Likewise, potential punishments depend on these factors as well as the defendant's record. Often times, individuals can find themselves facing serious drug charges simply because they were in the wrong place at the wrong time or socializing with someone who was using or distributing drugs.Experienced Beverly Criminal Drug Lawyer: 617-263-6800
If you or someone you know has been charged with a drug crime in Beverly or anywhere in Massachusetts, Stephen Neyman can help you to understand your options and obtain a favorable outcome. Attorney Neyman has been practicing criminal law for more than 20 years. A former prosecutor, Attorney Neyman understands how drug charges are handled from both sides of the courtroom. He offers his clients a level of experience and skill that is difficult to find anywhere else.
Depending on the seriousness of the offense charged, an experienced drug crimes lawyer like Stephen Neyman can often get drug charges reduced or dismissed. To do so, Attorney Neyman will thoroughly investigate and aggressively employ every available defense strategy. Even relatively minor charges require the vigorous representation of a lawyer with experience, and it is even more crucial to retain such services when facing a more serious charge. In any criminal case, the representation and support of a superior defense lawyer like Stephen Neyman will make a world of difference.
If you are interested in consulting with a seasoned lawyer who will fight tirelessly for you, call the Law Offices of Stephen Neyman, P.C. at 617-263-6800 or contact us online. Our office welcomes the opportunity to speak with potential new clients 24 hours a day and 7 days a week, and that attentive client service continues until the most favorable results possible are achieved. It is critical to speak with an attorney at the very outset of your case, so do not hesitate.