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Prescription Drug Crimes
All Other Felonies and Misdemeanors Associated with
Florida laws dealing with prescription drug crimes are among
the toughest in the nation. New methods for identifying those
breaking the law are allowing the police to crack down on
prescription drug abusers.
Tougher approaches to prosecuting prescription drug crimes
are becoming common, including the use of mandatory minimum
sentences of up to 25 years in prison.
We realize that many of those arrested are people with no
prior criminal record who became addicted to drugs legally
prescribed to help them.
If you have any reason to believe that you are under
investigation, you need to call us right now. We focus only on
this highly specialized area of the law where understanding the
calculation of milligrams can mean success or failure in your
THE STAKES ARE TOO HIGH to trust your future to legal counsel
without a deep understanding of this complicated area of the
Florida Is Cracking Down On Prescription Drug Crimes
A new state wide prescription drug database became
operational in September 2011. Not only does law enforcement now
have immediate access to your pharmaceutical records,
pharmacists can be fined up to $10,000 for failing to report
When you combine the tracking system with existing laws that can
require even a sympathetic judge to sentence a first-time
offender to up to a 25 year mandatory minimum sentence for
illegal possession of less than one bottle of prescription
drugs, it does not take an expert to realize that you are in
great danger if you are breaking Florida law in any way.
IF YOU HAVE BEEN BREAKING THE LAW ASSOCIATED WITH
PRESCRIPTION DRUGS, YOU NEED TO CALL RIGHT NOW.
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