In the coming days, more and more people will find themselves faced with drug charges and possible drug offenses as neighboring states begin to change their laws.
What do drug charges mean to you?
While possessing small amounts of marijuana in Connecticut is a ticketable offense, it can still have an impact on your life. While possession of other substances such as cocaine, heroin and prescription drugs can result in jail time, all drug related charges can affect your ability to gain employment, qualify for housing assistance and even prevent you from obtaining educational assistance.
What can I do?
There are alternative solutions available to secure a positive result through drug education, counseling, and community service. The courts do not want to see you again. They prefer to address the issue leading to the charges rather than a flat out conviction.
Richard P. Lawlor will diligently seek the best possible outcome to protect you and your “permanent” record. To improve your outcome…