Florida "Pill-mill" Criminal Defense
"Pill-mill" is a term used to describe a doctor's office where patients obtain inordinate quantities or types of prescription drugs. The Orlando prescription drug crime defense attorneys of the Law Offices of Mark L. Horwitz, P.A. are willing to represent medical professionals throughout Florida who have been charged with prescription fraud. For many years, prescription drug charges were very rare in our criminal courts because they are complicated, difficult cases for the government to bring. In recent years, however, these charges have become well-documented, and the penalties are becoming increasingly severe.
If you are a doctor or other medical professional who is under investigation or facing charges regarding a prescription drug crime in Florida, contact us. At the Law Offices of Mark L. Horwitz, P.A., we bring more than 30 years of experience focused on Florida criminal defense. Our Florida criminal defense attorneys stand willing to represent people who have been charged with prescription drug crimes that include:
- Over-prescribing drugs
- Improperly documenting patient history
- Failing to check patient records for instances of "doctor shopping"
- Accepting bribes from patients for prescribing unneeded medications
- Ignoring obvious risks of addictive potential in patients
It is critical to obtain legal counsel as soon as possible. Even if you have not been arrested or charged, contact us. The sooner you obtain our legal counsel, the more we can do to help you with pre-trial representation. We strive to end the investigation before it results in arrest or formal charge, thereby leaving the client's record free from the stain of a criminal arrest and the embarrassment of such a public accusation.
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