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Ecstasy is a very common social and club drug in Massachusetts. If you have been arrested and are facing ecstasy charges, it is important to seek legal help immediately. Murphy & Rudolf, LLP provides representation from Worcester criminal defense attorneys. Call today at (508) 570-3037 for more information.
Penalties for ecstasy charges may include:
- Misdemeanor drug conviction
- Felony drug conviction
- House arrest
- Jail or prison sentences
- Heavy fines
Ecstasy is classified as a Schedule 1 drug, meaning that it has high potential for abuse and there is currently no medical use for it in the United States. The amount you were caught with, what you intended to do with it, your previous criminal history, and the specific facts surrounding your case will determine whether you face misdemeanor or felony charges in Massachusetts. At Murphy & Rudolf, LLP, our Worcester criminal defense lawyers can analyze the facts of your case and walk you through the process.
Efficient Representation for Ecstasy Charges
Ecstasy is also called XTC, although the chemical abbreviation for it is MDMA. It produces feelings of euphoria and elation when taken, and is very common on college campuses and at concerts, bars, parties, and raves. Possessing or selling XTC is illegal according to Massachusetts law, and a conviction may make you unemployable. In addition, your ability to obtain housing may be impacted, and a drug conviction can affect your personal life as well.
With the Worcester criminal defense lawyers at Murphy & Rudolf, LLP LLP, you can get passionate legal defense for your case. We know that even a misdemeanor drug conviction can cause you a tremendous amount of aggravation and stress now and in the future, and we can work hard to seek a favorable outcome. Whether you are facing misdemeanor or felony drug charges, our team is well equipped to represent you in court.
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