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Drug Crime Defense for UMass/Amherst area

Drug Crime Defense Lawyer for UMass/Amherst area

If you’re looking for a drug crime defense lawyer in the University of Massachusetts/Amherst area then you need look no further than Parker & O’Grady, Attorneys at Law.

The U.S. Controlled Substances Act sets the criteria for what constitutes criminal offenses in the manufacture, possession, sale and abuse of drugs. According to state and federal laws, a controlled substance considered to be a drug can be:

  • Cocaine
  • Heroin
  • Methamphetamines
  • Barbiturates
  • Marijuana
  • Illegally prescribed or abuse of prescription drugs
  • Altered over-the-counter drugs
  • Other illegal substances

The severity of the punishment for a drug crime depends on the type of substance, the quantity, the intent of possession, and local, state and federal laws.

If you or someone you know has been arrested for a drug-related crime, we urge you to contact our experienced attorney for representation and counsel. We’re here to help.

Call Parker & O’Grady for a Free Consultation 413-527-8660

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