Presenting A Strong Defense To Drug Charges

When people think about drug possession charges, they often think about individuals involved in the selling or buying illegal drugs. While marijuana, cocaine and heroin form the basis for many drug charges, there have been a growing number of drug possession cases involving prescription medications. Individuals that do not have prescriptions for medications that they have in their possession could face serious charges.

Prosecutors in Massachusetts and New Hampshire take an aggressive approach toward individuals arrested for drug possession. If convicted of these crimes, you could be looking at a lengthy prison sentence. You need to take action to prepare an aggressive defense against these accusations.

At Fraser Law Office LLC, each of our attorneys has been representing clients facing drug possession charges for over 50 years combined. We understand the serious nature of these offenses, and we will make sure that you understand the possible penalties that apply in your case.

Working Together To Protect Your Rights

Our attorneys are committed to providing each of our clients with personal attention. We want to know more about you, and the circumstances surrounding your case. Our goal is to achieve the best possible outcome for your case.

We review the charges in your current case as well as your prior criminal history to determine if you are eligible for a diversion program that would keep this offense from becoming a conviction on your record. Should this option not be available in your specific situation, we work tirelessly to obtain a result that helps you minimize the consequences you are facing.

If your best defense is to proceed to trial, we are experienced inside the courtroom. We will see your case through trial.

Talk To Our Attorneys Before You Make Any Decisions About Your Case

Make sure that you understand the consequences of being convicted of a crime or excepting any type of resolution in your case. If you have been arrested and charged with drug possession, call our Andover office at 978-475-1200 or send our experienced lawyers an email to schedule a free consultation.