Quincy Drug Transportation Attorney
Defending Individuals Facing Drug Charges in MA
Transporting controlled dangerous substances into or across the state of Massachusetts is against the law. If you are found doing so, you will face serious drug charges that can heavily impact your future. In such a situation, you should not hesitate to call on the criminal defense law firm of Flanagan & Associates.
As a Quincy drug crime attorney, Attorney Dave Flanagan will apply all of his skills and commitment to helping you secure the best legal outcome. His background as a former licensed private investigator has given him proven methods and skills for detailed and thorough investigation into the charges.
Furthermore, he has over a decade of experience handling criminal matters in the local courts. His success as a criminal defense attorney in this region has been acknowledged with a "Superb" rating by Avvo as well as an Avvo Clients' Choice Award. Our firm is proud of the level of legal ability and dedication our criminal defense attorney brings to the individuals we serve in and around Quincy.
Transportation as a Drug Crime
Under Massachusetts law, transporting such drugs as cocaine, heroin, methamphetamine, marijuana, prescription drugs, club drugs, and any other narcotic, tranquilizer, or stimulant listed under the state's schedules of controlled dangerous substances will result in felony or misdemeanor charges.
How you are charged will depend on the Class of drug involved, the quantity, and other factors. Class A and Class B drugs are considered the most dangerous and addictive and thus result in the most severe penalties. Class A and B drugs include heroin, cocaine, methamphetamine, and more.
Illegal drug transportation may be considered to be drug trafficking in cases of large quantities or with other evidence such as drug paraphernalia (scales, baggies, large amounts of cash and other equipment). Every drug transportation case will be different, with its own set of factors which will determine the charges and penalties you face upon a conviction.
Any drug charge, including transportation, will give you a permanent criminal record which can be accessed on a routine background check. This can affect your future in terms of career or employment, educational opportunities, professional licenses, and more.
Dedicated and Professional Legal Help
Every day our firm deals with individuals who have been accused of drug crimes. We understand the stress and difficulty you are facing.
Let us use our professional experience and resources to help you by creating the most effective defense possible. Contact our firm for a free case evaluation as soon as possible so that we can get to work on your behalf.
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