Drug Possession & Trafficking

Worcester Drug Possession Defense Attorneys

Walpole Drug Trafficking Defense Lawyers

At O’Connor and Ryan, we have extensive experience defending people accused of drug crimes. We are highly knowledgeable regarding potential defenses involving probable cause and the search and seizure methods used by police, and we aggressively defend our clients.

Our firm represents people in all types of drug cases in state and federal courts in Massachusetts, including:

  • Drug possession
  • Possession with intent to sell
  • Drug trafficking
  • Illegal possession of prescription drugs
  • Other alleged drug crimes

Contact our firm for a consultation with a lawyer.

Protecting Your Rights, Preserving Your Freedom

O’Connor and Ryan will carefully examine the events leading up to your arrest. We will pay particular attention to issues involving the way the police discovered the evidence, search warrants, statements you made to the police and other discovery methods. Whenever possible, we will make aggressive use of motions to suppress evidence. Our goal will be to obtain a positive outcome for you.

Ed Ryan has defended people accused of crimes in Massachusetts for more than three decades. He has a reputation as a tough, and effective trial attorney. He will work tirelessly to protect your rights and preserve your freedom.

Avoiding Conviction and a Criminal Record

Conviction on a misdemeanor drug charge can lead to the loss of your driver’s license and a criminal record. Our firm has helped many first-time offenders obtain outcomes that enabled them to keep their driver’s licenses and avoid conviction. If you are eligible, our firm can seek to obtain a pretrial probation or continuance without a finding outcome. This can keep your record clear and enable you to avoid jail time. Our central Massachusetts drug possession defense lawyers will work to obtain the best possible outcome for you.

Contact an Attorney

For a consultation with an attorney about a drug crime case, contact O’Connor and Ryan.

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