Fighting Drug Crime Charges in Attleboro
Decades Spent Serving Clients in Fall River & Surrounding Areas
If you are charged with a drug offense, you face serious consequences which could include loss of your license and mandatory minimum periods of incarceration. You may also face enhanced penalties for offenses that are alleged to have occurred in a school zone. The Law Office of James M. Caramanica, P.C. has successfully represented clients charged with both major and minor drug offenses. Call our firm today for a free consultation about what to do next.
How We Can Help
Our team will review every aspect of the charges against you. We will also explore every potential defense available to you. Attorney James Caramanica has had considerable success in challenging the issuance of search warrants, the execution of search warrants, and the use of so-called confidential informants.
We can examine whether there was probable cause used to:
- Stop or detain persons
- Stop a vehicle
- Arrest a person based on mere presence in a vehicle or at a location
Our team can go over all of the details of your case and give you a clear picture of the defenses available to you. Whether you were charged with possession or you were arrested for trafficking, count on the Law Office of James M. Caramanica, P.C. to stand by your side and fight for you.
Get Started Today
When you are faced with a decision about whether to take your case to trial or to try to negotiate a plea, Attorney James Caramanica will use his vast experience to explain all of the options available to you so you can make the most informed decision possible for your case. The sooner you get started, the more time we will have to develop a strong defense for your favorable outcome. Call now.
Call (508) 690-4808 to meet with our team.
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