Phoenix Prescription Fraud Lawyers
What Is Prescription Fraud?
Along with all the common types of illegal substances, such as marijuana or narcotics, a person can also become addicted to prescription medications. There are many causes of such an addiction. A doctor could prescribe a dosage that is too high or prescribe the drug over too long of a period. Should a person become addicted to a prescription-only drug, things can become problematic once their prescription ends. Prescription fraud is a means of obtaining prescriptions illegally for addiction purposes.
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Prescription Fraud Penalties in Arizona
Prescription fraud comes in several forms. First of all, a doctor can be guilty of prescription fraud by writing a prescription for a patient for recreational use instead of medicinal purposes. This drug crime is also committed when a person falsifies information in order to obtain a prescription, or by forging a prescription in order to obtain the drugs. Penalties for these offenses are listed in the A.R.S. §13-3406.
Illegal possession, use, manufacture or administration of a prescription drug is a class 1 misdemeanor and will result in a six-month prison sentence and a $1,000 fine. Possession for sale, distribution, transportation for sale, or importation of prescription drugs for sale or transfer is a class 6 felony and will incur a prison sentence of six months to 1.5 years and a $1,000 fine. Need an attorney for a prescription drug charge in Phoenix?
Need an Attorney for Prescription Fraud in Phoenix?
Are you facing charges of prescription fraud? Take defensive action immediately by calling MayesTelles PLLC and consulting with a Phoenix drug crime defense attorney right away. A knowledgeable member of our legal team could review your situation and determine what legal options would be best for you.
Our lawyers have years of experience in drug crime cases and could provide the relentless defense that you need, so contact our firm today for a free case evaluation.
Multiple Felony Drug Charges
Our client, T.J., faced one count of possession of dangerous drugs (a class 4 felony) and one count of possession of drug paraphernalia (a class 6 felony). We were able to get the case dismissed. Location: Yuma County Superior Court
Client Faced Domestic Violence & Drug Charges
Location: Mesa Municipal Court Our client, C.W., was facing a disorderly conduct (domestic violence) charge and a possession of drug paraphernalia charge. MayesTelles PLLC was able to achieve an entire case dismissal.
Client Facing Multiple Felony Drug Counts
Location: Maricopa County Superior Court Our client, T.C., was facing 2 counts of "Possession of Dangerous Drugs for Sale" (Methamphetamine) – a class 2 felony, 2 counts of "Possession of Drug Paraphernalia" – a class 6 felony, and a count of probation violation. MayesTelles PLLC was able to get this entire case dismissed.
Narcotic Drug Violation (Felony 4)
Our client was charged with the fourth degree felony of a Narcotic Drug Violation. We were able to achieve a case dismissal.
Possession of Marijuana for Sale
Our client was charged with Possession of Marijuana for Sale, a felony of the second degree. We were able to get his sentence reduced to probation only.
Felony 2 Marijuana Charge
MayesTelles represented a client charged with Conspiracy to Possess Marijuana for Sale, a Felony 2 in Arizona. We were able to get our client's case dismissed.