If you are facing drug trafficking charges, you need an experienced, trial-tested drug trafficking attorney today. 

Of the drug crimes prosecuted in Massachusetts, trafficking crimes are among the most severe and require deft defense from an experienced drug trafficking attorney. If you or a loved one is facing drug trafficking charges, contact the attorneys at Murphy & Rudolf, LLP today to discuss the details of your case: (508) 762-1397 or to fill out a contact form online.

Drug trafficking in Massachusetts 

Drug trafficking concerns the cultivation, manufacture, sale or distribution of a controlled substance. In Massachusetts, the most common drug offenses involve possession or trafficking/distribution, specifically of marijuana, cocaine, heroin and prescription drugs. Both drug possession for intended personal use and possession with intent to distribute are prosecutable crimes in Massachusetts, and the latter carries far stiffer penalties. 

You may not know that individuals can also be charged with suspected trafficking for the distribution of certain chemicals used to manufacture drugs, as well as some drug paraphernalia. Access to, or presence of, items such as baggies, scales, or large amounts of cash may be used in court as proof of intent to distribute.  

If you face charges for distribution, it is vital that you find a strong, resourceful drug trafficking attorney to advocate for you and protect your interests in court. 

Understanding potential consequences 

A drug trafficking charge is not something to be taken lightly. While sentencing severity depends on the type and quantity of drug involved, mandatory minimums and hefty fines can be imposed for trafficking in large quantities. Mandatory minimum sentencing implies that certain punishment will be issued even if a judge deems that punishment too severe for a case. Mandatory minimums in the state of Massachusetts range from 2.5 to 10 years. Whatever your circumstances, contact an experienced drug trafficking attorney in your area as early as possible. 

Getting the support you need from a drug trafficking attorney

A criminal record involving a drug charge can have a negative impact on a person’s life for many years. Fortunately, a drug trafficking attorney can defend a trafficking charge using a number of strategies. 

Certain defenses may include filing motions to challenge and dismiss presented evidence. Some target procedural error, while others argue for favorable plea arrangements. An experienced drug trafficking attorney can look into whether unlawful search and seizure or insufficient evidence can be used as part of your defense, whether it can be argued that the drugs in question belonged to someone else, or that entrapment was at play. In any case, a recognized drug trafficking attorney is your best defense against a drug crime. 

If you are facing criminal charges or are currently under investigation, our team of attorneys at Murphy & Rudolf, LLP are experienced in dealing with drug trafficking cases and can help you pursue the most favorable outcome for your case. To request a free consultation or to simply get in touch, call (508) 762-1397 or fill out an online contact form on the website.

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