Drug Cases Boston

The Registrar of Motor Vehicles is required to revoke your learner?s permit, license, or right to operate for any illegal drug conviction as mandated by Massachusetts General Laws, Chapter 94C. Revocation periods vary between 1 and 5 years, depending on the violation. We have a great amount of experience with drug cases. Contact us today for a free consultation.

 

Description Revocation Period
Dispensing controlled substances 1 year
Research projects 1 year
Prescription violations 1 year
Practitioners violations 1 year
Possession of hypodermic needle/syringe 1 year
Possession of Class A substance with intent to distribute 3 years
2nd & subsequent conviction of Class A substance with intent to distribute 4 years
Possession of Class B substance with intent to distribute 3 years
2nd & subsequent conviction of Class B substance with intent to distribute 4 years
Possession of cocaine with intent to distribute 3 years
2nd & subsequent conviction of cocaine with intent to distribute 4 years
Possession of Class C substance with intent to distribute 3 years
2nd & subsequent conviction of Class C substance with intent to distribute 4 years
Possession of Class D substance with intent to distribute 2 years
2nd & subsequent conviction of Class D substance with intent to distribute 3 years
Possession of Class E substance with intent to distribute 2 years
2nd & subsequent conviction of Class E substance with intent to distribute 3 years
Trafficking, manufacturing, distributing or dispensing Class A substance 5 years
Trafficking, manufacturing, distributing or dispensing Class B substance 5 years
Trafficking, manufacturing, distributing or dispensing Class C substance 5 years
Manufacturing, distributing or dispensing Class A, B, or C substances to minors 5 years
Sale of counterfeit substances 1 year
Sale of drug paraphernalia 1 year
Sale of drug paraphernalia to minors 2 years
Possession with 1,000 feet of a school 5 years
Inducing minor to sell controlled substances 5 years
Using false registration number 2 years
Uttering a false prescription 2 years
Illegal possession of Class A substance 1 year
Illegal possession of Class B substance 1 year
Illegal possession of Class C substance 1 year
Illegal possession of Class D substance 1 year
Illegal possession of Class E substance 1 year
Being present where heroin is kept 1 year
Larceny of a controlled substance 2 year
Possession of hypodermic syringe 1 year
Conspiracy to violate controlled substance law 1 year

 

Information Provided by Massachusetts Registry of Motor Vehicles