Prescription Drug Fraud
upholding rights and challenging prosecution
The manufacturing, selling and use of prescription drugs are closely regulated by the government. Any efforts to illegally obtain prescribed medication can have serious consequences.
Prescription fraud statutes in this state cover many types of drug crime offenses, including
- Increasing the amount of the medication that was prescribed
- Changing the type of medication that was prescribed
- Impersonating medical personal to obtain a prescription
- Assuming another person's identity to acquire a prescription
- Stealing and using someone else's prescription
- Stealing blank prescriptions or creating your own prescriptions
- Visiting numerous medical doctors to obtain prescriptions
If you have been charged with prescription fraud or a related offense, contact a West Palm Beach criminal attorney for legal advice and representation. A qualified drug crime lawyer will know how to fight these serious charges, and what steps you should take to achieve the best possible outcome to your case.
Have you been charged with prescription fraud?
Many times persons charged with prescription fraud are medical professionals such as doctors, nurses and pharmacists. It is also not uncommon for an individual that was legally prescribed a drug to engage in prescription fraud when they become addicted to the medication they were taking. My name is Phil Ridolfo, Jr. and my firm, The Law Offices of Phillip T. Ridolfo, Jr. has a successful track record representing clients accused of drug crimes like prescription fraud.
My experience as a former prosecutor gives me a considerable advantage when defending someone accused of a criminal offense. I will make sure you understand the various laws that pertain to your case, and the possible results of your legal situation.
I maintain a close relationship with my clients, and am always available to answer questions and provide information regarding the status of your case - call my offices today at (561) 475-2752!