More Than 50 Years of Combined Criminal Defense Experience in St. Louis
Individuals accused of drug crimes involving prescription drugs and other medications are usually charged with committing one of two illegal actions:
- Illegally obtaining a prescription painkiller like OxyContin, oxycodone, Vicodin or Xanax. These controlled substances are usually obtained illegally either for sale or because the accused faces an addiction problem.
- Illegally obtaining pseudophedrine. Pseudophedrine can be bought legally over the counter, but the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) tracks people’s purchases of this substance. If too much is purchased, DEA agents will suspect the purchaser of being involved in the production of methamphetamines.
Have you been accused of prescription drug fraud or another type of prescription drug charge?
Contact the St. Louis prescription drug crime attorneys of Rogers Sevastianos & Bante, LLP We win trials. And, just as important, our reputation as effective courtroom litigators means that our ability to negotiate on each client’s behalf is enhanced.
For aggressive and knowledgeable legal help following prescription drug charges from highly experienced criminal defense attorneys, contact Rogers Sevastianos & Bante, LLP, by calling 314-354-8484.
Law enforcement officials may become alerted of alleged prescription fraud in a broad range of ways. In each instance, make no statement. It will only assist them in their effort to prove guilt. Instead, contact our firm. We have successfully handled hundreds of drug charge cases and can provide effective counsel and representation.
Contact Rogers Sevastianos & Bante, LLP
Rogers Sevastianos & Bante, LLP provides free initial consultations, accepts credit cards, is available for evening and weekend appointments and is conveniently located next door to the St. Louis County Jail.
Additionally, firm partner John P. Rogers is also licensed to practice in Illinois. To contact the state and federal crimes defense lawyers of Rogers Sevastianos & Bante, LLP, call 314-354-8484.
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