For anyone charged with Adderall possession, the first step after being arrested should be making sure you have adequate legal representation.
At The Anzalone Law Firm in Nashua, New Hampshire, we specialize in drug protection cases and work around the clock to make sure you get the best possible outcome when your case goes to court.What is Adderall?
Adderall is the medication commonly used to treat people who have attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. This condition is commonly referred to as ADHD. Adderall is a combination drug _ an amphetamine/dextroamphetamine mix is a stimulant that is used to help the patient pay attention and stay focused.
One of the things you need to understand if you accused of drug possession in New Hampshire is that it can ruin your life. That’s why you need criminal defense attorney Michael Anzalone by your side.
He is well-versed in the state’s drug laws and can explain the statute, RSA 318-B:2, to you.What Happens After an Arrest?
Your lawyer will tell you that officials in New Hampshire take drug charges very seriously. And you will need to understand that even if you are arrested for possession a small amount of drugs, you will face some pretty major consequences.
For example, you may lose driving privileges for some time, you’ll have a criminal record if you are convicted and you will likely have to pay heavy fines and fees to the court system.
If you are a college student, a drug conviction could result in even more losses. You may lose federal student aid, which can be devastating, along with grants and scholarships. In severe cases, a student can even be expelled from school.
So, as your attorney will tell you, you should really consider whether it’s worth it to have the drugs on hand.
But, after your arrest, Michael Anzalone will work to find any possible way to get a lighter sentence for you. First, he’ll look to see if the police acted in a legal way when they searched for drugs and made the initial arrest. Law enforcement officials are bound to search and seizure laws and your lawyer will make certain that everything was done by the book.
As your legal representation, we’ll also make sure that the substances the police found are indeed the drugs they claim they are.
So, there are many actions that your legal team will need to take in advance of a date before a judge.
You’ll want to make sure you hire the right criminal defense attorney, with experience in drug cases. Just to highlight the seriousness involved, state statutes say a conviction on possession of less than an ounce of methamphetamines, heroin and many other substances can result in up to seven years in prison and fines up to $100,000.
You can begin the process today by calling The Anzelone Law Firm for a free consultation. We will be here for you 24/7 in hopes of letting you get on with your life.