An arrest and subsequent charges for possession with intent to distribute any kind of controlled substance will immediately place your future and freedom in jeopardy. However, many people wrongly think that an arrest, and especially charges, seals your fate. This couldn't be further from the truth if you have an experienced criminal defense lawyer in your corner.
Get Representation - Before You Talk To The Police
It is critical to consult and retain a knowledgeable and dedicated legal advocate as soon as possible. Police officers, investigators and prosecuting attorneys must stop asking questions immediately once you request legal representation.
When you consider the consequences that you face after being charged with possession with intent to sell or distribute drugs, the cost of an experienced attorney, which can be paid on an installment plan, is the best investment you will make.
At Sweeney and Associates, LLC, we regularly represent people accused of drug crimes throughout in Quincy, Canton, and across Massachusetts, vigorously protecting their rights and best interests. As your attorneys, we will work hard to keep you out of jail.
We understand the hardships our clients and their families face when clients are under investigation for or charged with a drug crime. We can provide guidance on some of the best ways to cope with the situation while your case winds its way through the court system. Our Quincy attorneys will independently investigate and advocate aggressively to reduce or dismiss the charges against you.
Attorney Richard Sweeney is a retired Boston police sergeant detective who commanded one of Boston's elite drug units for years. He trained officers on investigative techniques, arrest procedures and evidence collection for over 10 years.
This means that we know how to find and expose procedural mistakes, violations of your constitutional rights and other reasons to suppress evidence against you. We are experienced negotiators and will work hard to mitigate the penalties you face.
Please contact us online or call us today at (617) 300-0212 to speak with one of our attorneys. We offer fixed and hourly billing rates, and we accept all major credit cards.