Drug Charges

A conviction on a drug charge can mean many things. It can mean prison or jail time. It can mean years of supervision after that. It can mean the lengthy loss of your drivers license.  It can also mean that you may not be able to get student loans, qualify for public housing, or hold certain occupations or obtain certain types of professional licenses.

Don’t let a drug charge stand between you and the future you want for yourself. Our lawyers are experienced litigators who will fight to protect your rights. For a free, confidential consultation, call or contact our firm today.

Ryan Faenza Cataldo, LLC provides strong representation to people facing misdemeanor or felony drug charges of all types, including:

  • Possession charges – Misdemeanor
  • Possession with intent
  • Drug sales or distribution
  • Drug manufacturing
  • Drug trafficking
  • Illegal possession or sales of prescription drugs

We defend clients facing charges involving marijuana, cocaine/crack cocaine, methamphetamine (meth), heroin, and other illegal drugs. We also represent clients facing prescription drug charges. Whatever the charges against you, we will apply an aggressive defense. We will:

  • Examine the circumstances of the arrest
  • Examine the probable cause issues which may exist
  • Determine whether or not the police conducted a proper search and seizure
  • Investigate where the drugs were actually found
  • Analyze the arrest and booking procedures

Drug Charges and Forfeiture Proceedings

One of the biggest weapons in a prosecutor’s arsenal is the ability to freeze a drug defendant’s assets and to simply take them if a conviction is obtained. In essence, this has the effect of forcing people to defend themselves without access to the resources that can help them do that. Our attorneys know the forfeiture laws and will fight to protect your assets and family’s financial security with vigor and determination.

Schedule a free consultation today by calling our Franklin offices at 508.528-2400 or  can contact us online as well.

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