The use of prescription drugs are on the rise. Possession or distribution of these drugs in an illegal manner can have grave consequences. If you, or your dear ones get charged with a prescription drug crime, contact an attorney immediately.
Prescription drug charges can result in felony conviction and substantial jail-time. To avoid facing this difficult and embarrassing situation, immediate legal consultation is required. An expert prescription drugs defense attorney will guide you on your case and make you aware of your rights and options.
Though many of these drugs are legal, it is the quantity and condition they have been retrieved in, that determines the seriousness of the case. The reason why authorities beat down so heavily on prescription drug crimes is, because they have huge potential for abuse as well as dependency.
The Controlled Substances Act and state laws implement strict controls on distribution of pharmaceutical and prescription drugs. These entrap distributors and manufacturers when the amount involved exceeds the permissible limits.
Our lawyers have extensive experience in dealing with prescription drug charges and work with you to get you the best possible outcome.
We will create a water-tight defense, protect your rights and prevent anymore forceful seizures.
We defend our clients on various drug prescription charges. A few of them are listed below.
We understand the implications and intricacies of the case and move ahead in the case quickly and aggressively. With detailed investigation, and knowledge of state and federal laws, we handle your case to get your charges dismissed or downgraded. Our dedicated team tries to protect you from steep fines, jail-time and losing of rights.
We also represent physicians, pharmacists, nurses and other professionals facing state and federal prescription drug charges.
We discuss openly with our clients the level of trouble they are in and help them choose the most constructive and beneficial legal alternative. We aggressively pursue your case both outside and inside the courtroom.