Charlotte Prescription Drug Charge Lawyers

A conviction for obtaining, possessing, distributing or trafficking prescription drugs can be just as damaging as a conviction involving “street” drugs such as cocaine, heroin or marijuana. If you have been arrested on a prescription-related charge or have reason to believe you are under investigation, it is crucial to speak to a lawyer about your situation and begin planning for your defense.

The time to act is now. In fact, it may even be possible to avoid criminal charges altogether if you have not yet been arrested. Call to learn more about your legal defense options.

Charlotte Prescription Fraud Defense Lawyers

At Jetton & Meredith, our experienced attorneys can aggressively defend you against prescription drug charges stemming from alleged actions such as:

  • Selling your prescription drugs
  • Forging a doctor’s signature
  • Trafficking prescription drugs
  • Committing pharmacy fraud

We will provide the strongest possible defense against drug charges — through seeking to suppress evidence obtained through illegal means and mitigating the damage these charges have on your life. If you are struggling with an addiction to narcotics, painkillers or other prescription drugs, we can assist you in getting help for your addiction in addition to handling your legal defense needs.

The Time to Act Is Now if You Face Prescription Drug Charges

Whether your case can be resolved through diversion or we must fight for your rights at trial, we will work diligently to safeguard your rights and reputation as you face prescription drug charges. Contact us to schedule a no-obligation consultation with our Charlotte prescription drug defense lawyers.

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