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Prescription Fraud

Defense of Prescribing a Controlled Substance for No Medical Purpose

Many of the people arrested for prescription fraud include doctors, nurses, physician's assistants and other medical personnel who have access to medication and prescription forms. For these people, it is not just their freedom at stake, but it is also their career that is at stake. In Houston, the likely scenario and one which I have dealt with before, is the Pain Management Clinic that is the target of an undercover police investigation which results in the arrest of a clinic employee for prescribing Vicodin, Xanax, and Soma for no medical purpose.

Criminal charges involving prescription drugs are just as serious as those involving marijuana and cocaine. A conviction for Prescription Fraud is punishable by up to 20 years in the Texas Department of Corrections, and/or up to $10,000.00 in fines. When the best possible outcome matters, contact the Houston, Texas, Law Office of Mark A. Morasch today for a free initial consultation.

Penalties for Prescribing a Controlled Substance for No Medical Purpose

Criminal charges involving prescription drugs are just as serious as those involving marijuana and cocaine. A conviction for Prescription Fraud is punishable by up to 20 years in the Texas Department of Corrections, and/or up to $10,000.00 in fines. When the best possible outcome matters, contact the Houston, Texas, Law Office of Mark A. Morasch today for a free initial consultation.

Since 2003, I have represented people arrested in Houston, Texas for a wide range of prescription drug crimes, including:

  • Prescribing a Controlled Substance for No Medical Purpose
  • Prescription Forgery
  • Altering a Prescription
  • Illegal Possession of Prescription Drugs
  • Distribution and Sale of Prescription Drugs
  • Illegal use of Practitioner's Federal Drug Enforcement Administration Number
  • Refilling Prescription without Authorization
  • Unauthorized Communication of Prescription
Categories: Drug Crimes
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