Collin County Prescription Drug Lawyer
Illegally obtaining, using or distributing prescription drugs carries serious criminal charges in the state of Texas. The consequences for a conviction on a prescription drug charge include jail time and stiff fines. A conviction can also impact your ability to get a job, qualify for a scholarship or federal student aid, obtain a place of residence or keep a professional license.
At the Shapiro Law Firm in Plano, our drug crime lawyers can defend you if you have been charged with a prescription drug charge in Collin County or the Dallas-Fort Worth area. We realize that just because you have been charged with a drug crime does not mean that you are guilty of one. We will look at the circumstances of your arrest and work hard to provide an effective defense for your misdemeanor or felony charges.
Prescription Drug Charge Defense
In Texas, our attorneys have more than 40 years of experience representing individuals charged with drug crimes involving prescription drugs, as well as marijuana and other illegal substances. We can handle cases involving:
- Forged prescriptions
- Fraudulently fulfilling a prescription
- Possession of drugs without a prescription
- Transporting prescription drugs across state lines
- Delivering prescription drugs to a minor illegally
- Federal prescription drug charges
- Drug crimes in all federal and state courts in Texas
These charges escalate in severity based upon the type and the amount of the substance involved. Given the harsh sentencing guidelines and the seriousness of the charges, it is important to plan your defense as soon as possible after an arrest.
Contact the Shapiro Law Firm
For more information on prescription drug charges in Collin County, Texas, contact us at the Shapiro Law Firm to talk with an attorney. Call our office in Plano as soon as possible at 972-423-0033 and schedule a consultation.