Prescription Drug Abuse

Drug crimes don’t only pertain to street drugs. Drug crime laws likewise address the abuse and misuse of prescription drugs. There are many ways prescription drugs can get you in trouble. Some prescription drug abuse crimes are misdemeanors and some are felonies. If you visit multiple physicians and secure prescriptions from each, that’s considered a crime in Texas. If you write out your own prescription, and you’re not a licensed doctor, that’s a crime as well. Even an act like borrowing Xanax from a friend because you’re going through a tough time, and don’t have time to seek medical help to get your own prescription, could be considered an offense. Should you finish a bottle of prescription drugs and a friend puts you in touch with someone from whom you can buy more without a prescription, you would potentially be guilty of a Texas felony offense.

Have You Been Arrested for Prescription Drug Abuse in Bryan-College Station?

We understand the many nuances of prescription drug abuse charges. We’ll determine the mitigating factors leading to your arrest and bring them to the attention of prosecutors or the court. There is no such thing as a “little” case at my law firm. All cases are huge for the individuals faced with felony charges, and they’re huge for me as well. If we decide to accept representation in your case, rest assured you will have an experienced advocate on your side, fully prepared to go the distance to defend your legal rights. An experienced prescription drug abuse defense attorney will give your problem the personal attention it deserves and do their very best to spare you a conviction and a criminal record.


Call today for a consultation so we can determine how to best protect your interests, your rights, and your future.