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Denver Prescription Fraud Lawyer

Charges of Illegal Possession of Prescription Drugs

It is a crime to receive a prescription without the authorization of a licensed medical professional. Prescription fraud is a major offense and carries extremely serious penalties. If you are tried and convicted of prescription fraud, then you could face jail or prison time, fines, and a permanent criminal record. It is imperative that you seek help from a trusted Denver drug crime lawyer from Castle & Castle if you have been arrested. Our team can assist you in obtaining a favorable outcome for your case, and we will aggressively defend your rights and freedoms. Prescription drugs must be obtained through a pharmacy with a prescription note from a doctor. You could be charged with prescription fraud if you:

  • Refilled a prescription past the date of expiration
  • Changed the amount or type of drug on a prescription note
  • Possessed a prescription that was not yours
  • Engaged in "doctor shopping," or visiting multiple doctors to receive the same prescription
  • Taking or purchasing prescriptions from an individual rather than a pharmacy
  • Claiming the prescription was stolen to receive another

Any substance that requires a prescription that is obtained illegally could leave you facing immense complications. Pain killers, allergy medications, anxiety pills and even diabetic medications or neurotic drugs can all be obtained illegally. Many of these drugs have a high black market value or could be used to create other types of street drugs. If you have been arrested, or you are under investigation for prescription fraud, do not hesitate to contact Castle & Castle.

Defense for Your Prescription Drug Fraud Case

When you work with our firm, we will immediately evaluate your situation and look to develop a strong defense. In some cases, individuals simply need multiple refills in a short period of time, which could trigger a potential fraudulent case. Other individuals may simply not know that they are doing something illegal or be unaware that they have triggered a red flag. Following an arrest, you may be feeling stressed or worried about what your future may hold, but it is important that you contact a Denver prescription fraud lawyer from our team as soon as possible.


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