Tremendous Insight Regarding Prescription Drug Charges
You may have given a friend or spouse pill prescribed to you to help them out when they needed some medical assistance. Despite your good intentions you have just committed a felony. You may have purchased pills at a party from a stranger. The law doesn’t care how you got the pills. If the prescription for the medication is not in your name, you can be charged with a crime.
If the West Virginia or Ohio police find you in possession of a prescription drug and you don’t have a prescription for it, you could face criminal charges. If you gave your friend or spouse a prescription pill, you could face felony distribution charges. It doesn’t matter whether the pills were sold or given away for free.
Working To Achieve Favorable Results
I am attorney Scott C. Brown, an experienced criminal defense lawyer. I know that each case is unique. However, I have had success representing people just like you. Whether you have been charged with misdemeanor possession or felony distribution, I can help you defend yourself against these charges. Contact me today to discuss your drug crimes case.
I represent clients charged with intent to sell or illegal possession of any type of prescription drugs, including:
I work to find all possible legal solutions to bolster your criminal defense case. There might be a possibility of an entrapment defense or an illegal search and seizure during a DUI traffic stop that works for your situation. If you are willing to attend drug treatment classes, there is a chance that I can have the charges against you reduced or dropped.
Minimizing The Penalties You Could Be Facing For A Drug Offense
Although these cases may not seem like they are “winnable,” I work with the prosecution to ensure that you are given the best possible outcome. In the event that you are convicted, courts have a lot of discretion when it comes to sentencing. If you are in a drug treatment program, I may be able to minimize the consequences you face at sentencing.