In the last several years, law enforcement has focused on prosecuting the illegal possession or trafficking of prescription drugs such as oxycodone and Percocet. However, investigators and law enforcement officials do not always get it right. Not everyone arrested for prescription fraud is guilty.
Even carrying a prescription drug for a friend or a family member can result in criminal charges that will affect you for the rest of your life. To protect your future, seek legal advice as soon as possible if you have been accused of illegal possession of a prescription drug. Call 407-894-4555 for a free initial consultation*.
The best way to protect yourself from drug charges is to take advantage of your right to remain silent. Anything you say can be used against you, so it is best to say nothing until you talk to an attorney.
Orlando lawyer Jonathan Rose is uniquely qualified to defend you if you have been charged with a prescription drug crime. His background as a prosecutor means he has firsthand knowledge of how the other side thinks. A prescription fraud charge does not have to destroy your life. Mr. Rose will fight to achieve the best long-term resolution for you.
We handle charges involving all types of illegal drugs, including illegal possession of:
- Opioid pain relievers such as fentanyl, oxycodone, OxyContin, hydrocodone, and percocet.
- Depressants such as xanax, valium,
- Stimulants such as adderall or Ritalin
What Is Prescription Fraud?
Prescription fraud is the act of illegally obtaining prescription drugs for personal use or to sell. Mr. Rose has the background and experience to provide a strong criminal defense for all types of prescription fraud charges, including:
- Obtaining a doctor’s pad to forge prescriptions
- Doctor shopping, or getting prescriptions from several doctors
- Altering a prescription’s quantity or creating electronically altered prescriptions
- Misrepresentation of a medical issue to obtain a prescription
Protecting You With A Strong Defense
Prescription fraud charges carry harsh penalties, which is why it is important to work with an attorney who is experienced. Mr. Rose will carefully review your case and consider all possibilities when building your defense, including whether your constitutional rights were violated through an unlawful search and seizure. If you are a medical professional, he will analyze your patient interactions to determine whether you prescribed or dispensed medication in good faith and without intent to commit fraud.