Defense Against Prescription Drug Charges In Plano

As a former prosecutor, attorney Stephen H. Miller understands the approach being used by the prosecution to attempt to convict you of the offense that you have been charged with. As the state of Texas cracks down on drug crimes, prosecutors have a broad reach in charging individuals with drug-related crimes, particularly with prescription drugs. These cases are handled aggressively and with severity of punishment.

At the law office of Stephen H. Miller, we will take the time to best understand the circumstances and details that frame your case. Many times, the resolution to your case lies in the details, and we are committed to ensuring that you are heard.

Texas Prescription Drug Offense Lawyer

To arrange an appointment with attorney Stephen H. Miller, please call us today at 866-625-6950. Phones are answered at all times, and answers and information are readily available. We are highly responsive and will provide speedy answers and information.

As little as a single unprescribed pill in your possession can allow law enforcement to slap you with felony drug possession charges. In some cases, simply having the drug in your car or home can count as possession. These types of drugs include:

  • OxyContin
  • Codeine
  • Vicodin
  • Adderall
  • Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) medications

With such a wide net being cast to crack down on a legitimate drug problem and deter future problems, law enforcement is needlessly and excessively punishing many individuals with penalties that far exceed the actual offense.

We will study the evidence and help to show that you do not deserve the charges brought against you or the consequences they carry. Through this, we can help to minimize or have thrown out the charges that you are facing.

Plano Prescription Drug Charge Lawyer

We also provide representation for individuals facing charges of prescription fraud. These are generally cases involving individuals who were previously prescribed with legitimate medical scripts for medication. They often then become addicted to the substance and go on to modify or tamper with the prescription to obtain more.

These are felony charges and require the skilled representation of an aggressive criminal defense attorney.