Prescription Drug Fraud Is A Serious Charge. Secure Counsel From A Serious Attorney.

It can be argued that the most abused drugs in the country are prescription drugs. Many individuals visit a medical professional with serious pain and are prescribed powerful narcotics. Often, the need for these drugs becomes overwhelming and people resort to drastic means to acquire them.

At John A. March, Attorney at law, I bring years of experience defending clients against a wide range of criminal charges. It is my goal to fully investigate your charges and develop an effective strategy that will minimize your consequences and let you get back to your life as soon as possible.

Work With A Richmond Prescription Drug Fraud Attorney

Most often, a person charged with these offenses began as an innocent victim by paying for medication to help with legitimate injuries. These prescription medications are very powerful and, unfortunately, can quickly lead to addiction. Once an individual is addicted, he or she will explore every possible way to acquire more medication, including:

  • Doctor shopping
  • Theft of prescription pads
  • Theft of medication
  • Forging a doctor's signature

I have defended clients charged with prescription drug offenses that involve a broad number of different medications, including:

  • Percocet
  • Vicodin
  • OxyContin (oxycodone)
  • Valium

Facing a conviction for any criminal offense can be a frightening and frustrating experience. It is important to trust an attorney who has your best interests in mind — not only your legal dilemma, but also the challenges you face in life. Trust me, a Virginia lawyer with the experience to help you toward a stable future.

Contact John A. March, Attorney At Law

If you need criminal defense for prescription fraud charges, contact me, attorney John March, by calling 804-554-3729 or by completing an online contact form. I am available for scheduled consultations at a wide range of times to meet your needs. My office is in the heart of historic downtown Richmond and is handicap-accessible.