Possession of a Dangerous Drug
Being charged with possession of a dangerous drug involves such crimes as illegal prescription drug possession, prescription fraud, prescription forgery, and other crimes related to the illegal use of prescription drugs such as Xanax, Vicodin, Percocet, OxyContin and Hydrocodone. As abuse of these types of drugs has become more prevalent, prosecutors have responded by cracking down on those who are charged with drug possession and other crimes involving them. If you or someone you know has been arrested and charged or is being investigated for possession of a dangerous drug in Williamson County, you should contact me to arrange a legal consultation about your situation as soon as possible, preferably before making any statements to law enforcement. As a Georgetown criminal defense attorney who serves clients in Williamson County, I can provide comprehensive and aggressive representation, ensuring that your legal rights are protected and that everything that can be done is done to help you achieve the most favorable outcome possible.
Prescription Drug Possession Cases
Without a valid prescription, possession of any prescription drug can be treated like possession of an illegal drug. Therefore, you are facing possible penalties of jail or prison sentences, fines, probation, drug abuse treatment programs and more when you are arrested for this crime. In the case of prescription drug possession, fraud or forgery, it is in your best interests to have a criminal defense lawyer in your corner as early as possible. In some cases, illegal search and seizure may be a valid defense. Only by consulting with a skilled attorney can all possible defense strategies be explored and used.
I will examine all of the evidence in your case in order to carefully advise you on the best strategy for your particular circumstances. I am thoroughly familiar with the methods and procedures of the prosecutors and courts in Williamson County and I am fully prepared to defend you against charges involving prescription drugs. Contact The Law Office of Clovis Martin today for help in your case!