Prescription Drug Arrest
Have you been accused of possession of prescription drugs in New Hampshire? If so, defense attorney Michael Anzalone can help.
First and foremost, a drug arrest can be classified as either state or federal, depending on the amount and kind of drug. Either way, this is a serious charge that can affect you and your family in numerous ways.
As your defense lawyer, Michael Anzalone will advise you not to speak to police officials without legal representation present. Make sure you call the Anzalone Law Firm in Nashua, New Hampshire, as soon as possible after your arrest.
Keep in mind, a drug arrest can have devastating effects on your future. Depending on your circumstances, you could stand to lose your driver’s license for a period of time and you could lose your job. Something you may never have even considered is that a prescription drug arrest can also make you ineligible for student loans and/or scholarships to most major schools. So, the drug arrest can have lingering effects.
The state’s statute RSA 318-B, also known as the Controlled Drug Act, outlines drug policies.
At The Anzalone Law Firm, we’ll make you a top priority, making sure to cover all angles of your case. We will want to know everything that happened during your arrest.
For example, how did the police find the drugs they are accusing your of possession. Was it during a traffic stop? Did the law enforcement officers have reasonable cause to stop you, and search your car? Laws protect citizens from police officers being able to stop your car and search you without reason. We want make sure your rights were protected before your arrest.
These are the types of questions we’ll be asking before your case heads to court.
New Hampshire Defense Attorney Michael Anzalone is experienced in representing clients who’ve been accused of drug crimes. He will make sure you get the most favorable outcome possible.
He will always tell you the truth and explain which options he believes are the best choices for you. If, for example, Michael Anzalone or his associates think it would be in your best interest to accept a plea deal because there is great evidence against you, he’ll tell you up front. He’ll help you prepare for your day in court, when you go before the judge. His goal is to get the lightest possible sentence for you, whether than means probation, a reduced jail sentence or a flat out acquittal.
A drug arrest puts your reputation on the line. You may end up in jail or a judge may order you to extensive rehab programs. You’ll also likely face heavy fines and fees, in addition to lawyer fees. So, it’s best not to get involved in drug use. But if you do, make sure you have legal representation.
Call Michael Anzalone at The Anzalone Law Firm at 603-548-3797 to get your free consultation. And remember, we’re here for you 24/7 and will be by your side as your case winds its way through the court system.