Have you been charged with Prescription Fraud in Arizona?


If you’ve been charged with Prescription fraud in Arizona, there are some important facts that you need to know. Prescription Fraud is a drug crime that includes the usage of phony or forged prescriptions and/or attempts to have legitimate prescriptions filled at numerous pharmacies. Arizona prescription fraud convictions can carry serious legal consequences, including long-term jail and prison sentences, steep fines, probation, mandatory drug treatment, community service, driver’s license suspension and a blemished permanent record.

In an Arizona prescription fraud case, the prosecution may try to prove that there was intent beyond an addition to commit the crime. Therefore, if you are charged with prescription fraud as a result of an addiction, you should contact an experienced Arizona criminal defense attorney who can challenge the prosecution’s evidence for intent. An experienced criminal attorney may be able to help you avoid the penalties of a prescription fraud conviction by getting you into a rehabilitation program.

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DISCLAIMER: Because of the generality of this update, the information provided herein may not be applicable in all situations and should not be acted upon without specific legal advice based on particular situations.

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