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Lowell, Massachusetts was founded as a manufacturing center for textiles in the 18th Century. The city sits on the Merrimack River and is located about 30 miles from Boston. Lowell is an extremely diverse community with a population of nearly 125,000 people. There is a Cambodian population of over 25,000 people in Lowell making second the largest Cambodian community in the United States. Lowell in also home to the University of Massachusetts at Lowell and the Middlesex Community College.
Lowell, Massachusetts has both a Superior Court and a District Court. The Lowell District Court is located at 41 Hurd Street. This court is one of the busiest courts in Massachusetts. It serves the following localities:
Attorney Stephen Neyman has personally handled hundreds of criminal cases in both the Superior Court and District Court in Lowell. For several years we maintained an office in Lowell, one on Central Street and another on Church Street. Stephen Neyman has defended virtually every type of crime in the Lowell Courts. Motor vehicle crimes, drunk driving cases, drug cases, rapes, robberies, murders, burglaries and assaults are just a small sample of the variety of cases our office has successfully handled in Lowell.Accused of Selling Drugs in Lowell, Massachusetts? Hire a Criminal Defense Lawyer
As in any court in a major Massachusetts city Lowell sees its share of drug cases. Several times each week the local newspapers report drug arrests in Lowell. These cases can range from simple possession to large scale trafficking of drugs such as cocaine and heroin. The larger drug trafficking cases prosecuted in Lowell usually stem from a search of someone’s home conducted with the authority of a warrant. Lengthy police investigations, often with the use of an informant lead the police certain suspect’s residences where controlled sales to informants or undercover officers take place. This leads to the application for a search warrant. Successful investigations result in the seizure of large quantities of drugs, often kilos. Other large scale drug prosecutions in Lowell originate through motor vehicle stops on nearby highways such as Route 495. This has become a major thoroughfare for drug traffickers on their way to Lawrence from larger distribution centers such as New York City.
The more common variety of felony drug case in Lowell, Massachusetts starts with police observing a car occupied by young adults or teenagers. The officers will report that they claimed to have observed a motor vehicle violation giving them the right to stop the car. They search the car and its occupants, finding drugs in the process. Winning these cases involves suppressing the stop, search and seizure based on constitutional violations. Young adults and teenagers are common targets of the police particularly when they appear to be driving around aimlessly. Typically, the defendants in these cases are suburban kids who drove into Lowell to buy drugs, not sell them however due to the quantity found in their possession at the time of the stop they get charged with intent to distribute. Having the right lawyer defending you in cases like these is absolutely necessary.Aggressive Defense Against Domestic Assault and Battery Accusations
Domestic assault and battery cases have become increasingly charged in Lowell. Domestic violence matters trigger restraining orders and highly scrutinized prosecutions. Prosecutors wield a heavy hand when prosecuting these matters. This means that if you are charged with this crime you need someone who can keep you out of jail, avoid harsh probation conditions or go to trial and win your case.
A constant presence in the Lowell Courts coupled with great results has earned the Law Offices of Stephen Neyman a reputation as an excellent Lowell, Massachusetts Criminal Defense Law Firm. As soon as you hire us to defend you we begin fighting for your rights. No one will fight harder for you than Attorney Stephen Neyman. To discuss your case or learn more about our office call us anytime at 617-263-6800 or send us an email. We pride ourselves on promptly returning all calls and emails.Directions:
To get to our Boston office go South on Route 3 to the end. Get on 128 North. Get off at Route 93 South and follow the highway over the Zakim Bridge and into the Tip O'Neil Tunnel. Take your first exit. Bear left at the end of the ramp. Your first right will be State Street. We are located less than two blocks up on your right.