Responding To Prescription Drug Offense Charges

People who sometimes face charges of a prescription drug offense are not people most would think of as accused criminals ― physicians, nurses and pharmacists, for example.

Allegations involving a prescription drug offense can arise from pill mills as well as from illegal possession of prescription drugs. Texas illegal possession lawyer John M. Petruzzi knows how to aggressively protect the rights of those who have been charged with, have been arrested for or are under investigation for prescription drug offenses. As a former chief prosecutor in Texas felony court, he knows the criminal justice system and uses that to protect your rights.

Please call to arrange a confidential, free appointment to learn how Mr. Petruzzi and his team can defend you or a loved one against a prescription drug offense. Call 713-581-1789 or toll free at 888-386-4503. You can also contact a Houston prescription drug offense lawyer online.

Accused Of A Prescription Drug Offense Related To A Pill Mill?

Attorney Petruzzi has more than 30 years of experience and has been the lead attorney in more than 150 Houston criminal jury trials. If you are at risk of losing your professional license, you can feel confident in Mr. Petruzzi and his team. Our law firm effectively defends physicians and other medical professionals who have been charged with prescription drug offenses related to pill mills.

Pill mills are doctors, pharmacies and clinics that prescribe and dispense narcotics for nonmedical or invalid reasons. Common drugs that are found allegedly coming from pill mills include:

  • Vicodin
  • Oxycodone
  • Valium
  • Xanax
  • Percocet

The allegations involving pill mills can actually result in very serious drug trafficking charges and other drug charges. In building a strong, effective defense, we analyze the evidence against you. If it would be appropriate to make a motion to suppress evidence, our attorney will file that motion. Attorney Petruzzi will talk to you about your options and be honest with you about what you can expect from your case.

Learn How We Can Defend You Against Prescription Drug Crime Charges

Call to arrange a free, confidential consultation with a skilled attorney at 713-581-1789 or toll free at 888-386-4503. You can also contact us online.

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