Serious Drug Charges Require A Serious Defense Attorney
Even if someone is able to avoid incarceration, the stigma of a drug conviction can make it difficult or impossible to find a good job and a place to live and to pursue a college education. For these reasons and more, drug charges must be taken seriously and resolved with the help of an experienced attorney like those at Lydon Law.
No Matter What Charges You Are Facing, We Can Help
Drug cases are typically charged heavily and prosecuted aggressively. That’s one reason why it is so important to have an experienced defense attorney in your corner. We represent clients facing nearly any type of drug charges, including:
- Drug possession
- Possession of a prescription drug without a valid prescription (opioid painkillers, Adderall, Xanax, etc.)
- Possession with intent to distribute
- Drug trafficking
- Possession of drug paraphernalia
Success in these cases requires a thorough understanding of the law and the circumstances surrounding the charges. Therefore, it is in your best interest to reach out for help as quickly as possible after an arrest. We prepare each case extensively, and we get to work as soon as clients come to us. We take the time to talk through your charges with you, help you understand all your options and the likely consequences of each of them. Then, we get to work fighting or otherwise resolving the charges in the most favorable manner available.
Experienced Defense Representation From A Former Prosecutor
Before going into private practice, attorney Kalie L. Lydon spent six years as a prosecuting attorney. She understands how prosecutors build cases and gather evidence, and she now puts that knowledge and experience to work defending clients facing drug charges and other serious allegations. When going against the state, you want a lawyer who has been on both sides of the courtroom. You’ll have such an advocate when you work with Kalie L. Lydon.
Discuss Your Case With An Attorney In A Free Consultation
At Lydon Law, we serve clients throughout New Hampshire and Massachusetts. To take advantage of a free 30-minute consultation about your rights and legal options, call us at 603-882-3344. You may also fill out our online contact form.