Tarrant County Prescription Drug Charges Lawyers
Prescription drug charges are on the rise. Some of the most common prescription drug charges are those involving OxyContin or oxycodone. If you have been charged with a prescription drug crime for illegal possession of OxyContin or oxycodone, the penalties in Texas are severe. Texas has some of the strictest drug crime penalties, including mandatory minimum sentencing. Mandatory minimum sentencing is very strict because it does not give a judge any room for discretion. Having four grams or more of OxyContin or oxycodone could mean a mandatory three years in jail and a $50,000 fine. Every case is different, that is why you need an experienced and skilled Tarrant County prescription drug charges attorney.
Successfully Defending Clients Charged With Possession of OxyContin and Oxycodone
At the law office of Muller & Sommerville, our Texas drug crimes defense attorneys have extensive experience in defending clients facing drug possession and trafficking charges. If you face OxyContin or oxycodone drug charges in Texas, contact the knowledgeable and aggressive Orlando prescription drug charges lawyers at Muller & Sommerville, P.A. There is too much at stake to leave this to an inexperienced attorney. At our law firm, criminal defense is one of the only areas we focus on and we do it well.
Texas Prescription Drug Crimes Defense
OxyContin and oxycodone are commonly prescribed painkillers. Millions of Americans utilize this prescription drug for chronic pain or even are addicted to it. Our lawyers are not only skilled at negotiating with prosecutors or representing at trial but address other issues such as substance abuse. We take a holistic approach by working with substance abuse counselors and treatment centers. This is usually beneficial to a client's case by showing an active desire to receive help.
Other prescription drugs that are common with drug charges include:
Prescription drug charges can include illegal possession of a prescription drug, illegal sale or trafficking of a prescription drug, prescription fraud and altering of a prescription.
Contact Aggressive Texas Oxycodone - OxyContin Possession Defense Attorneys
For more information about our prescription drug crime defense, call us at (817) 515-6800 or e-mail our office to request additional information. We are available 24 hours a day and accept credit cards for your convenience. Free and confidential initial consultations.