Saugus, an Indian name, was originally a large land grant containing the modern cities of Lynn, Swampscott, Saugus, Lynnfield, Nahant, Reading and Wakefield. The territory was renamed Lynn eight yeas after founding, after King’s Lynn in England, but the city of Saugus retains its original name. U.S. 1 runs through the town, which helped revitalize its economy in the 1930s, after the automobile was popularized. Today, Saugus is a working-class to middle-class town known for its heavy influx of Italian and Irish Americans from Revere, Somerville, East Boston and South Boston. Saugus residents use the Lynn District Court at 580 Essex Street in Lynn.Where Are Saugus Criminal Cases Prosecuted?
People arrested for crimes in Saugus, Massachusetts are prosecuted in the Lynn District Court. This is a diverse and busy courthouse that handles a large variety of crimes. Criminal defense attorney Stephen Neyman routinely appears in this court to defend people accused of a variety of crimes.Saugus Drug Crimes Defense Attorney
Our office has defended cases originating in Saugus, Massachusetts involving drugs of all kinds. Our office has handled both juvenile and adult cases involving marijuana, meth, cocaine, heroin, and prescription drugs including Oxycontin. These cases are often matters of possession or possession with intent, but have also included more serious charges of selling drugs, drug trafficking, manufacture or cultivation of drugs and related charges. We also handle all types of other charges, including weapons crimes, domestic violence, restraining orders, theft, assault and more.Protect Yourself By Hiring A Criminal Lawyer Who Has A Proven Track Record
Being accused of a crime is not fun. In addition to the possible consequences for your freedom and your career, it can cause defendants to question themselves and their actions. In controversial cases, defendants also must contend with broken relationships and judgments by people in the community. This, and the strain of not knowing what the future might hold, can be upsetting for many people. That’s why you should call the Law Office of Stephen Neyman as soon as possible after you are charged. No criminal defense lawyer can guarantee a result, but Stephen Neyman has nearly 30 years of experience representing people who are accused of serious crimes. As a former prosecutor, he knows all of the prosecution’s most common tricks and how to counter them. Our goal is always to minimize the effect of the charges on your life and your loved ones.
If you’d like to talk more about how Stephen Neyman can help, you can contact us for a free phone consultation by calling (617) 263-6800 or sending us a message through the Internet. You’re also welcome to visit our downtown Boston office in person. From Saugus, take U.S. 1 south until you reach Interstate 93, then merge onto that highway until you see exit 24A, Government Center. Take that exit and turn left onto John F. Fitzgerald Surface Road. Turn right onto State Street and left onto Congress Street and look for our office on your left.