Defending Clients Against Drug Crimes Charges
Even if this is your first drug crime offense, or your actions seemed harmless to you, a conviction can have far-reaching and serious consequences. No matter what type of drug crime charge you face, it is critical that you hire an experienced Massachusetts drug crimes defense attorney to defend you. Since 1998, Gregory Casale Attorney At Law, has provided aggressive and professional criminal defense services to residents throughout Massachusetts. We are proud of the fact that many of our clients come to us via referrals from past clients, and we take professional pride in the trust placed in us by members of our local community.
Consult With Your Defense Attorney As Soon As Possible
Too many people arrested on drug crime charges wait to talk to a criminal defense lawyer about their legal options. Maybe they hope the problems will just go away. Or worse yet, maybe they think they can talk their way out of the situation. Whatever you believe, it is important to understand that advice from an experienced drug crimes attorney is valuable as soon as you are arrested — or even sooner, if you find yourself under investigation by the police for manufacturing or distributing illegal drugs.
If you are arrested for a drug crime, speak to no one but your attorney. Do not talk to the police. The police are not trying to help you. The only reason they talk to you is to gather evidence against you. Anything you say can and will be used against you in a court of law.
Find out more about the criminal charges against you and what can be done to defend you against those charges. Let attorney Casale review your case to determine if the police performed a legal search of your house, car or person, if they had the right to stop you in the first place, and if they had the right to interrogate you.
Attorney Casale has handled thousands of Massachusetts drug crimes cases, including misdemeanor and felony drug crimes such as:
- Uttering and forgery charges for forging prescriptions
- Drug possession and/or sale of illegal drugs such as marijuana/pot, cocaine/coke/crack and heroin
- Intent to sell illegal drugs
- Drug manufacturing and drug distribution
- Drug trafficking and delivery
- Drug possession or sales near a park or school zone
- Conspiracy charges related to drug crimes
- Operating under the influence (OUI/DUI) of drugs