Sometimes a New Hampshire resident learns from mistakes, corrects them and the problem is solved. Other times, mistakes seem to escalate and turn into major problems. Depending upon the nature of the mistakes, it is possible that a sound criminal defense may be necessary to make the best of the circumstances if the mistakes made involve drug charges.
Recently, the Nashua Police Department teamed up with the state’s drug enforcement administration in an effort to curb drug activity within their city. An extensive investigation ensued, resulting in 10 arrests. Each individual has been charged and must now appear before a New Hampshire criminal court.
It appears that each individual charged is believed to be involved in the sale of heroin, cocaine or other illegal substances. Although this has been reported as a drug roundup, each person involved will need to present his/her own interests before the courts. Prior to this occurring, each individual will want to secure experienced legal counsel to assist in navigating through the process and ensuring that his/her rights are protected.
The fact that an individual has been charged does not necessarily mean that the individual is guilty of the crime. Legal counsel will review the case and the evidence presented. Once this has been completed, a determination of how to best answer the charges can be made and a sound criminal defense can be presented. In situations where a New Hampshire resident finds him or herself facing such charges, it will be important to make sure that what may have begun as a mistake, on the part of the individual or law enforcement officers, has the best possible ending.