Any attorney who practices in criminal law will most likely be able to help you. If you have not been arraigned on the charges, you would be wise to contact an attorney prior to that date as early intervention is helpful. If you can't afford an attorney, the court will most likely appoint you one if you qualify.
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You need to hire the best criminal defense attorney in your area you can afford. These facts suggest the police entered without a search warrant and without consent. Your attorney will investigate the case and the reason/probable cause the police had to be at the house and to enter it and the basis of the charges. Get an attorney NOW!
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I agree with the advice you have already received, and wish to emphasize only one thing. Get yourself an experienced criminal defense attorney right away. Most of us here offer free, if limited, consultations. Take advantage of that to talk privately with one or more who practice in your area. Good luck. One note of caution: do not post any further details anywhere on the Internet, including social media like Facebook.
You need a criminal defense attorney. If you have been arraigned in Lowell District Court and the Court did not appoint you a lawyer contact one immediately. Police can only enter your home and search it without a warrant under very limited circumstances. Also, the facts you include suggest nothing about why the police would charge you with Assault and Battery with a Dangerous Weapon. Work with your lawyer closely as he or she may be able to file motions to get these charges dismissed or evidence suppressed.