Fraudulent Prescriptions Lawyers Serving Toronto and Scarborough
Prescription drugs are legal, if you have a valid prescription. Many people do not realize, however, that possession of prescription medication without a prescription, or distribution of prescription drugs, is illegal and carries serious penalties. In line with other drug charges, for heroin, marijuana or cocaine, you could face hefty fines and significant jail time for charges involving prescription drugs. These charges demand the attention of a skilled and experienced criminal defence lawyers.
At Neuberger & Partners LLP, our Toronto prescription drug defence lawyers have extensive experience representing clients charged with drug crimes in the Greater Toronto Area and throughout Ontario. Since 1992, we have built a reputation for providing successful results* and quality counsel to clients in all areas of criminal law.
Prescription Drug Crimes
A conviction for a drug crime could lead to significant jail time and fines, and the resulting criminal record could have an impact on your future. We defend clients against all types of charges related to prescription drugs, including possession, trafficking, importation and selling illegally obtained prescription medications. Additionally, prescription drug charges may include related charges for conspiracy, prescription fraud or doctor shopping.
Our lawyers have experience handling cases involving a wide range of drugs such as:
- OxyContin and oxycodone
- Other painkillers and opiates
We will work diligently and thoroughly to investigate your case, challenge the prosecutor’s evidence and pursue a successful result. Our lawyers take the time to fully prepare each client for trial, analyze the evidence and help him or her understand the impact certain evidence will have on his or her case. We will leverage all of our resources, knowledge and experience in your defence.
Custom Defence From a Skilled Criminal Law Firm
Past results are not necessarily indicative of future results and that the amount recovered and other litigation outcomes will vary according to the facts in individual cases