New Orleans Prescription Drug Crime Attorney
Across the nation, law enforcement has made it a priority to crack down on prescription drug crimes. Once an individual has been charged, the state’s attorneys are also pushing hard for convictions. What people may not realize is the consequences of conviction of a prescription drug crime can be quite severe. Depending on the type of prescription drug involved, the penalties can be just as harsh as those associated with street drugs such as heroin or cocaine.
Finding Practical Solutions In Criminal Defense
If you have been charged with a prescription drug crime, Phillips Law is here to help. We understand that most people charged with these drug crimes are not career criminals but have instead made a grave mistake or face a serious addiction issue. There are numerous options we can help you explore to mitigate the consequences of your charge.
As criminal defense attorneys, we believe that everyone is entitled to a vigorous defense. When you work with us, your matter will receive the attention of not one, but two partners – not a paralegal or case manager. We can help you resolve misdemeanor or felony charges of doctor shopping, prescription fraud, possession of drugs without a valid prescription, and distribution of prescription drugs.
We understand facing a criminal charge can be stressful, frightening and overwhelming. But as our client, you will never feel alone. We are here to explain your rights and options and will make practical recommendations based on years of experience. We are by your side throughout the duration of your case, and are always just a phone call, email or office visit away.
Learn More About Our Prescription Drug Defense
Contact us to discuss the specifics of your case. Our Louisiana firm is ready to defend prescription drug charges involving any type of substance, including:
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At Phillips Law, we are committed to helping our clients successfully resolve their legal issues with skill and compassion. Contact us at 504-521-7799 to discuss your matter with a dedicated New Orleans prescription drug crimes lawyer.
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