Salisbury is an Essex County, Massachusetts town that borders New Hampshire. Salisbury Beach makes the town an attractive summer resort. Its current population is close to 8,000, and it has a total area of 17.9 square miles. In 1638, Salisbury was settled by the English, and it was incorporated in 1639. In the late 19th and early 20th Centuries, Salisbury's five-mile beach came to offer amusements, arcades, shops, restaurants and hotels, some of which have closed or been replaced since the vitality of the resort began to fade in the 1960s. Salisbury is home to Salisbury State Beach Reservation and the Carr Island State Wildlife Management Areas. The town is accessible through U.S. Route 1, I-95, I-495, and Massachusetts Route 110.
Those who have been accused of committing drug crimes in Salisbury and elsewhere in Massachusetts are in grave danger of losing their liberty and having their dreams dashed. Whether you have been arrested for a misdemeanor or felony drug charge, it is beyond important that you speak with a Massachusetts drug crimes attorney immediately. No drug offense is treated as trivial in our Commonwealth, and district attorneys and law enforcement come down hard on all the following drugs crimes (and more):
- Drug Trafficking
- Possession with Intent and Distribution
- Drug Manufacturing
- Drug Crimes Involving Minors
- Drug Paraphernalia
- Counterfeit Substances
When it comes to drug crimes defense, an aggressive approach is necessary. Depending on the facts and circumstances (including the nature and quantity of the drugs and your criminal record), time in jail, large fines, and forfeiture of money, cars and property could be on the horizon. Hiring an attorney who knows how the law and the system work will be the single most significant decision that you make. Choosing a sharp drug crimes lawyer with experience will put you in the best position to succeed. Such an attorney will look at your case from every angle to determine whether your constitutional rights have been violated, whether the conduct alleged does not amount to the crime charged, and whether there is any way to get your charges dismissed or reduced.MASSACHUSETTS DRUG CRIMES DEFENSE (617) 263-6800
Stephen Neyman defends the criminally accused in every city and town of Massachusetts. A prominent Boston defense lawyer, he has represented many clients in Salisbury and surrounding communities. He has defended drug cases in Massachusetts courts of all levels as well as federal courts. Attorney Neyman has gained a reputation over the decades as the lawyer to turn to if you want results. He takes a bold approach to all criminal cases and even thrives on challenging cases. Attorney Neyman understands that his clients are often struggling through a traumatic and puzzling experience, and he makes sure to accommodate all of their needs and answer all of their questions.
If you have been charged with a drug crime in Massachusetts, call the Law Offices of Stephen Neyman, P.C. at (617) 263 6800 or contact us online for a prompt response. Calls are welcome day and night, weekends and weekdays. As soon as you call, Attorney Neyman will start fighting to safeguard your future and get your life back on track. .