Facing Prescription Drug Charges? I Can Help.

If you have been accused of illegally possessing prescription drugs or forging/falsifying a prescription, you need to consult with an attorney as soon as possible, especially since these are serious offenses under Maryland Law. In fact, regardless of whether the charges are related to Vicodin, Oxycontin, Percocet or any other prescription drug, you may face significant jail time and large fines if convicted.At The Law Offices of John J. Pikulski, IV, LLC, I understand the fear and uncertainty you may be feeling following a prescription drug arrest. These charges can have long-term consequences, and I will do everything I can to help you protect your rights and explain your legal options. With more than 10 years’ experience, I can help defend you against any and all prescription drug crimes, including those related to prescription forgery, prescription fraud and prescription drug possession.

If you are facing prescription drug charges and need help, contact The Law Offices of John J. Pikulski, IV, LLC. Schedule your FREE consultation today by calling 301-627-5297, or email me online. With an office located in Upper Marlboro, I defend clients in Prince George’s County and throughout Maryland. There is no time to waste, so contact me today.

Prescription Drug Penalties Are Often Severe

Just because prescription drugs were originally designed to help people with medical conditions does not mean you will not be punished harshly for illegally possessing them. In fact, the penalties for prescription drug crimes can be even more serious than other narcotic offenses, depending on the circumstances.

In some cases, you may even be charged with felony possession with intent to distribute or distribution ― meaning, if convicted, you would have a felony conviction on your record and be facing potentially serious jail time. These factors, taken together, simply illustrate the need to contact an experienced criminal defense lawyer as quickly as possible when dealing with prescription drug charges.