Stoneham is a Middlesex County town of about 22,000 people, about ten miles from downtown Boston. It may be best known nationally for being the home of figure skater Nancy Kerrigan, who was famously attacked by the ex-husband of a rival skater, Tonya Harding. Other famous Stoneham residents include New York Giants linebacker Jonathan Goff and John Geils of the J. Geils Band. Locally, Stoneham is known for the Stone Zoo, a medium-sized zoo on the Spot Pond reservoir whose operators also run the Franklin Park Zoo in Boston. Stoneham residents use the Woburn District Court to handle their legal needs, located at 30 Pleasant Street in Woburn.Where Do I Find A Criminal Lawyer Who Represents People From Stoneham?
The Law Office of Stephen Neyman has defended all types of crimes on behalf of Stoneham residents and others in Middlesex County. This includes domestic violence, battery, weapons violations, sex crimes, fraud, robbery and more. These days crimes are committed everywhere, not just in the inner cities. But for the most part, in Stoneham, we most frequently see cases involving driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs, and all types of drug crimes. Our drug cases have included simple possession of marijuana or unauthorized prescription drugs, possession with intent to sell, drug distribution, cultivation or manufacturing and more. These are all charges that can result in serious penalties, including time in the state house of corrections.Defending Yourself Or Waiting To Hire A Criminal Lawyer Can Hurt Your Case. Act Now By Hiring A Lawyer
If you’re charged with those crimes or any other in Stoneham, don’t wait before contacting the Law Office of Stephen Neyman. Many defendants, especially defendants facing their first charges, don’t have any idea what to expect after a criminal charge. This can lead some defendants to put off action on defending themselves for days or weeks, which can mean losing important chances to defend themselves. Criminal defense lawyer Stephen Neyman prefers to get started as early as possible, in order to maximize opportunities to build a defense and protect clients from police overreaching. With more than 20 years of experience in Massachusetts criminal defense law, he knows where to look for those opportunities and how to use them to protect his clients from the most severe consequences of a charge.
For a free phone consultation with the Law Office of Stephen Neyman, you can call us today at (617) 263-6800 or send us an email. You’re also welcome to visit our office in person, at 50 Congress Street in Boston. To get there from Stoneham, take Interstate 93 south into the city and take the Government Center exit, 24A. From there, turn left onto John F. Fitzgerald Surface Road, then turn right onto State Street. The next left will be Congress Street. Using public transit, you can take express bus 354 directly from Montvale Avenue to the State Street Station, or take bus 134 to Oak Grove Station in Malden, then pick up the Orange Line to the State Street Station. It’s a short walk from there to our office.