Arrested for Prescription Drug Abuse?

South Carolina Drug Crime Lawyers

The abuse of prescription drugs whether to enable you to get ahead or keep up, deal with pain, or for profit, is considered a drug crime in South Carolina and can lead to serious consequences, including imprisonment as well as the loss of a professional license.

In South Carolina, there are laws which govern the obtainment, possession, and distribution of prescription drugs. These prescription drug laws affect the general public as well as the doctor prescribing the medication. If you have been arrested for prescription drugs, we will investigate your case from every angle, determine whether an illegal search took place, and fight to have your charges reduced or even dismissed.

Drugs Commonly Targeted for Prescription Drug Prosecution include:

• Painkillers including Hydrocodone, Lortab, Oxycodone, Percocet, and Oxycontin;
• Depressants such as Valium and Xanax;
• Stimulants including Ritalin and Dexedrine;
• Opioids including Codeine, Morphine, and Opium;
• Steroids including Anadrol, Oxandrin,Durabolin, and Equipoise;

as well as OTC drug abuse of decongestants such as Sudafed.

Being arrested for prescription drug abuse is something that most people have not experienced. It can be devastating financially and emotionally resulting on personal and professional consequences. We understand what you are going through, and we are here to help.

Whether you have been charged with:

The drug crime attorneys at Strom Law Firm, LLC will aggressively defend your case whether you are under investigation or have been arrested for drugs in all State and Federal Courts in South Carolina as well as the Federal Courts in Georgia.

Drug cases in particular need to be examined from every angle, in many cases are subject to mandatory minimum sentences, and aggressive representation can protect your future.

The criminal defense lawyers at the Strom Law Firm, LLC know the evidence to look for, including whether a search warrant or arrest warrant issued in your case was properly executed and the standards by which all investigations, searches, and arrests should be performed.

By: South Carolina Drug Crime Lawyer Pete Strom