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Ohio Prescription Drug Law


I understand that there are many reasons someone might be charged with abusing prescription drugs.  It is important that you know that despite what any other person might tell you, you need the advice of counsel immediately.  If you have been investigated for this crime you need to understand that aside from being felonies, you may end up losing a professional license should you have one.

Often times people accused of this crime are not actually abusing prescription drugs.  They might be in their possession.  Yes you can actually be charged for having your mother's prescription medicine on you.  As silly as this might sound, it is serious because the police officers and prosecutors will charging you with a felony.

It is important that you contact me immediately upon learning that you are being charged with a crime.  The earlier you contact me the more I can do for you.  Remember to politely invoke your right to silence.  Even though the police may say they want to help you, you will find your words used against you.

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