If you are charged with certain drug offenses in Massachusetts, the consequences can be devastating. For instance:
- You may be facing a minimum mandatory term of incarceration;
- If you are a noncitizen and you are found guilty or admit to sufficient facts, you will be deportable;
- Your license will be revoked upon a conviction.
As a result, if you are charged with a drug crime in Massachusetts, contact a drug crime attorney who has the experience to help you. Contact Attorney Shane W. Surrette at (774) 364-4605 or at [email protected] today.
Drug Possession Charges carry significant jail and prison sentences. Additionally, if you are charged with the possession of narcotics with the intent to distribute the same, you may be facing minimum mandatory incarceration time. Some common indicia that highlight an intent to distribute include:
- Amount of Drugs Recovered;
- Packaging Materials;
- Multiple Cell Phones.
If you are facing a drug possession charge, contact a drug possession attorney who will work with you to get you the best result. Contact Attorney Shane W. Surrette at (774) 364-4605 or at [email protected] today.
If you refuse a breathalyzer test in Massachusetts, and you are charged with OUI, the length of your driver’s license refusal suspension will depend on the number of prior offenses. For instance, it you refuse the breathalyzer test:
- On a First Offense, the Refusal Suspension Period is 180 days;
- With a Prior Admission or Conviction, the Refusal Suspension is 3 years; and
- If You Have Two Prior Convictions, the Refusal Suspension is 5 years.
It is also important to note that any license suspension resulting from a conviction on the OUI charge will be in addition to the refusal suspension. As a result, if you are facing an OUI allegation, it is important to have an experienced OUI Lawyer who will help you through the process. Contact Attorney Shane W. Surrette at (774) 364-4605 or at [email protected] today.