Prescription drugs are legal only if they are obtained through the proper channels and are used by or for the person they were prescribed for. Other ways of obtaining and using prescription drugs are as illegal as is use of "street drugs" such as cocaine or heroin. Were you charged with a drug crime because of allegations such as the following?
- You engaged in "doctor shopping" in order to obtain overlapping prescriptions of narcotic painkillers.
- You obtained prescription pharmaceuticals by use of a fake prescription.
- In your position as a pharmacist, pharmacist's assistant, doctor, nurse or other healthcare provider, you had access to prescription narcotics — and pilfered some of them for your own use.
- You "shared" your prescribed narcotic painkillers with another person.
Whatever the circumstances, your criminal charges involving possession of illegal pharmaceutical drugs are as serious as charges of possession of marijuana or methamphetamines. You are urged to contact an Orlando possession of illegal pharmaceutical drugs lawyer as soon as possible. Plan an aggressive defense to seek the most favorable outcome in your case.
Our Orlando, Florida, criminal defense firm defends clients in drug cases and other criminal cases in Florida, circuit and appellate courts, U.S. federal district courts, courts of appeals, and the U.S. Supreme Court. It is important to have an attorney as soon as possible when under investigation. Our attorneys vigorously defend the rights of clients to prevent investigations from resulting in arrests and to defend criminal charges, if filed. Contact our Orlando law office to schedule an appointment to discuss your situation with a lawyer
Experienced Florida Illegal Prescription Drugs Attorney
Our attorneys use aggressive and effective defense strategies to minimize the negative impact of evidence, charges and penalties. For thorough criminal defense representation, contact the Law Offices of Mark L. Horwitz in Orlando, Florida. Call our law office at (407) 401-7224 or (866) 784-0023.
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