Quincy is a city located in Norfolk County, Massachusetts. Quincy is the 8th largest city in the state, and it has a long and proud history. Quincy District Court is located in Quincy, and Stephen Neyman appears there on behalf of clients from the city and surrounding areas frequently.
Stephen Neyman is a prominent Massachusetts drug crimes attorney. With more than 20 years of experience, he is one of the most seasoned lawyers available. Attorney Neyman is respected throughout the legal community, and he is recognized as being a tough competitor in the courtroom. Massachusetts and federal drug laws can be complex, but Stephen Neyman can help you to understand what you are up against.Drug Crimes Defense
One type of Massachusetts drug crime is possession. Possession of drugs is a crime under Massachusetts General Laws Chapter 94C Section 34. Generally, the maximum potential punishment is up to one year in jail or a fine of up to $1,000 (or both). However, possession of certain drugs, such as heroin, is treated differently.
Possession with intent to distribute cases usually involve marijuana, cocaine and heroin. Possession with intent to distribute marijuana, a Class D substance, is punishable by up to 2 years in jail and/or a $500 fine for a first offense. Possession with intent to distribute cocaine, a Class B substance, and heroin, a Class A substance, involve more serious potential penalties as they are considered to be more dangerous drugs.
Trafficking is the most serious drug crime in Massachusetts, and convictions carry mandatory minimum sentences. Trafficking is distribution or possession with intent to distribute a certain larger amount of drugs.
Many federal drug crimes carry mandatory minimums as well. Federal drug laws are notoriously complicated, and if you are facing a federal drug charge, it is important to retain a drug crimes lawyer with experience in the federal system.Experienced Massachusetts Defense Attorney
No matter the nature of your drug charge, whether it’s a simple possession or a major trafficking case, Stephen Neyman will handle your case with unparalleled determination. Attorney Neyman prides himself on his aggressive and smart defense work and his clients’ satisfaction with his representation. If you are facing a Massachusetts or federal drug charge and choosing a lawyer, your absolute best option is Stephen Neyman.Law Offices Of Stephen Neyman, P.C.: 617 263 6800
If you are a Quincy resident who has been charged with a drug crime, you can easily get to the Law Offices of Stephen Neyman, P.C. , which is conveniently located on Congress Street in Boston. Call Attorney Neyman immediately to set up a meeting. If you are not sure how to reach Attorney Neyman’s office, one of his talented staff members can provide you with directions.
Initial phone consultations are free, and the lines are open 24 hours a day and 7 days a week. If you are looking for top notch and prompt advice, dial 617 263 6800 or contact Stephen Neyman by sending him an e-mail.