Billerica

Billerica is a Middlesex County town with a population of approximately 38,981. Billerica, which is about 20 miles northwest of Boston, was incorporated in 1655 and named after the town of Billericay in England. The town has a total area of 26.4 square miles, and it is divided into a number of different "villages" including: North Billerica, South Billerica, East Billerica, Riverdale, River Pines, Rio Vista, and Pinehurst. Billerica has convenient access to public transportation and is within minutes of Route 495. Lowell District Court serves Billerica as well as:

  • Dracut

  • Tewksbury

  • Lowell

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  • Tyngsboro

  • Chelmsford

Over the decades, Massachusetts drug crimes lawyer Stephen Neyman has represented many individuals accused of drug crimes in Billerica and surrounding towns. Drug-related crimes can be misdemeanors or felonies and include:

  • Possession

  • Possession with intent to distribute

  • Distribution

  • School zone violations

  • Trafficking

  • Conspiracy

Here in our Commonwealth, drugs are divided into five classes. Class A is the most serious, and heroin is a Class A substance. Class B includes cocaine and Oxycontin. Class C includes Vicodin and Valium. Class D includes marijuana. Finally, Class E includes Codeine and opium. No drug charge should be taken lightly. While some may consider drug crimes to be "victimless," the government certainly does not take that view. Prosecutors and law enforcement at both the state and federal level take a hard line approach to drug charges, and it is important to counter that with an equally strong defense lawyer.

Drug crimes defense usually starts with a focus on safeguarding constitutional rights. A drug crimes defense attorney will scrutinize the circumstances of your arrest for the marks of an illegal search and seizure. A skilled lawyer will also pursue dismissal or reduction of the charges if the charges do not seem to fit the crime alleged. In some circumstances, an attorney will be able to work with the court so that a conviction will not appear on one's criminal record. The strategies are numerous, but only a knowledgeable drug crimes attorney can ensure that you will get the best feasible outcome.

MASSACHUSETTS DRUG CRIMES DEFENSE LAWYER: (617) 263 6800

Criminal drug defense attorney Stephen Neyman operates his office from Boston but represents clients in every area of Massachusetts. He has been handling drug crimes from the outset of his career, more than 20 years ago. After beginning as a prosecutor, he shifted his focus to the defense side, giving him knowledge of the criminal justice system from both positions. Attorney Neyman works determinedly to protect his clients and their futures. His enthusiasm for his work and concern for the futures of his clients is readily apparent in his tireless work ethic. Attorney Neyman is never afraid to take on tough cases, and he is well- known for achieving success in even the most difficult of circumstances. He shines as an exceptional advocate and strong competitor.

If you would like to consult with an outstanding Massachusetts criminal drug defense lawyer, call the Law Offices of Stephen Neyman, P.C. You can reach our office at (617) 263 6800 or by contacting us online. Even on nights, weekends, and holidays, we welcome calls, so there is no need to delay.