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St. Augustine Prescription Drug Lawyer

Get a St. Augustine drug crimes lawyer on your side!

Prescription drugs seem harmless enough – after all, they’re given by doctors for specific reasons, right? Over the years, these drugs have proven to be quite the opposite in far too many circumstances. Prescription drug abuse is actually very common and manifests itself in a variety of different ways. Depending on the offense you were accused of, your future could be at stake.

Fortunately, all hope is not lost. Our firm knows that with the right resources and level of dedication, we may be able to secure a favorable outcome for you. When it comes down to it, you cannot afford to be charged with a felony. Trust Albaugh Law Firm to fight aggressively against your charges.

To speak with a St. Augustine drug crimes attorney, fill out a free case evaluation today.

Illegal Activities Involving Prescription Drugs

Legislative action has intentionally become more serious as it relates to prescription drugs, all for the purpose of locating and punishing offenders. Prescription drug crimes aren’t as clear-cut as they may seem and it can take a lot of research to successfully pinpoint illegal activity. Some of the most commonly abused drugs include OxyContin, Valium, and Morphine.

Abuse often reveals itself in the following ways:

  • Doctor shopping: when an individual travels to several doctors to get increased amounts of one specific drug
  • Pill mills: a doctor, clinic, or pharmacy that prescribes prescription drugs for non-medical reasons or without appropriate discretion
  • Prescription fraud: dishonestly creating prescriptions to obtain the drugs you desire
  • Selling: selling prescription drugs to others to make a profit

Every offense is serious and many are punished as felonies. If convicted, you face prison, probation, and fines. Repeat offenders can expect much harsher penalties. Regardless of the circumstances of your alleged offense, there may be the possibility of reduced or dismissed charges.

Take the first step by calling Albaugh Law Firm. Our St. Augustine drug crimes lawyers have over 70 years of combined experience and are eager to protect your future.