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Defense for Massachusetts residents accused of drug crimes

From a legal standpoint, it can be difficult to understand the ramifications and consequences of a drug crime. This is largely due to how many different crimes there are, the lines between each of which are very thin. For example, being in possession of a drug is not the same as being in possession of a drug and attempting or intending to sell it. Being in possession of drug paraphernalia is not the same as being in possession of the drug for which the paraphernalia is allegedly used.

Intoxicated driving penalties in Massachusetts

People who are charged with driving under the influence in Massachusetts face severe penalties. If the offense is a second or subsequent one, the penalties increase as well. Those who are convicted of an intoxicated driving offense may expect significant fines, possible incarceration and mandatory treatment.

Suspects allegedly threw drugs from car during police pursuit

A one-month investigation by multiple Massachusetts law enforcement agencies resulted in the arrests of two men on drug possession and distribution charges in Easton. According to the Easton Police Department, the investigation focused on a 27-year-old man from North Easton and another man, 34, of Plymouth.

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