Strong Defense When You've Been Charged With A Prescription Drug Crime

When many people think of drug crimes, they generally think of illicit "street" drugs. In actuality, however, one can be charged for illegal possession of prescription drugs.

Possession of a relatively small amount can be a class 4, 3 or 2 felony, depending on the circumstances. For a first offense, it may be a class 4 felony but you may be able to pursue a probation method that result in felony evasion — keeping it off your record.

It's no stretch to say that a felony can destroy a personal or professional life. Take immediate action to understand your rights and options if you have been charged with any prescription drug crime. Contact my office.

Comprehensive Experience For Misdemeanors And Felony Charges

Regardless of your prescription drug crime, I will take my years of experience and comprehensive knowledge to do everything possible to preserve your rights and well-being. I have extensive experience working on drug charges involving:

  • Oxycodone
  • OxyContin
  • Vicodin
  • Hydrocodone
  • Percocet
  • Morphine
  • Codeine
  • Demerol
  • Ultracet

The most important thing you can do in these cases is get in touch as soon as possible; decisive and deliberate action is key. If I am unable to aggressively attack the prosecution's case, I will do everything I can to keep a charge off your record. I encourage you to get in touch as soon as possible.

Contact A Moline Prescription Drug Crimes Attorney

To schedule a free consultation with an experienced Quad Cities possession without a prescription lawyer, contact me online or call 309-517-6495 or 309-517-6496. If your matter is urgent and my office is closed, you may call me on my after-hours mobile at 309-738-3945.