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Charged With Possessing Illegal Prescription Drugs?
It can happen to any of us, and often does. You are on medication. Your prescription runs out, and you find an alternative way to get the medicine you need. It seems like such an easy solution, but the law doesn't see it that way. Every year, millions of Americans are charged with possessing prescription drugs illegally. Many times, it is a simple misunderstanding.
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Nearly a Quarter Century of Criminal Law Trial Experience
If you have been charged with prescription fraud or other criminal offense relating to prescription medication, you face serious penalties if you are convicted. Your lawyer will need experience to ensure that your rights and future are protected. At the Law Office of Joseph Salhab, we have nearly a quarter of a century of experience fighting to protect the freedom of people charged with misdemeanor and felony drug crimes in state and federal courts throughout Texas.
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Contact us if you have been accused of committing a prescription drug offense resulting from:
Altering your prescription: Changing the medication or increasing the number of refills allowed or the quantity per refill.
Illegal online prescription purchases or sales: Fraudulent sales and purchases of controlled medications using the Internet.
Phoning in false prescriptions: Ordering a fraudulent prescription to be filled by impersonating a doctor or other medical professional on the phone.
Prescription forgery: Forging a health care provider's signature on a fake or stolen prescription pad.
Shopping around for a doctor: Seeking out a new doctor and clinic that will unknowingly fill an expired prescription.
Contact us as soon as you have been charged with a prescription drug crime or think you may be under investigation.
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