Oxycodone, as the generic form of OxyContin, is one of the most heavily prescribed drugs in Florida. Its popularity and addictive nature have also made it prevalent in the illegal drug trade. As a result, law enforcement has been cracking down on it and other prescription pain medications, in some cases even arresting people who have valid prescriptions.
If you have a prescription for oxycodone or have been arrested on a prescription drug charge, it is important for you to seek the advice of a lawyer as soon as possible. At Delgado & Romanik, our attorneys aggressively protect the rights of clients, provide knowledgeable legal advice, and fight to have your case dismissed or your charges reduced.
Contact us before speaking to the police. Even if you have valid prescriptions for pain medication, you could face charges for doctor shopping if you are not represented with experienced counsel. We have law offices in Daytona Beach and DeLand.
At our firm, we can defend you from prescription drug charges after an oxycodone arrest. We will help you understand your rights and protect you throughout the criminal process.
If you have a prescription for oxycodone, our attorneys can provide you with knowledgeable legal advice to protect yourself from arrest or investigation. In some cases, spouses and friends have been arrested for picking up a loved one's prescription. Our attorneys can answer your questions about your rights as well as transporting or storing the drugs.
Oxycodone and OxyContin addiction are often at the root of other crimes. If you or someone you love is accused of a drug-related crime that was a result of addiction, you need a lawyer experienced in criminal defense and in seeking alternative sentencing options such as drug treatment and counseling.
Our Port Orange oxycodone arrest attorneys assist addicts who have been charged with any type of crime related to their addiction, including:
Many people don't set out to become addicted. They may have taken oxycodone, Xanax or another prescription painkiller for an injury, became addicted and were forced to break the law to support their habit.
At our firm, we take a common-sense approach to drug dependency. We have extensive experience working with clients with drug problems, and we understand the importance of understanding the cause of each client's addiction. We use that knowledge to help our clients reduce the consequences of their crimes and get the help they need. Particularly with young adults and juveniles, we try to give our clients the tools and fresh start they need to break the downward spiral of their addiction.
For a free consultation, straightforward advice and experienced advocacy, call 386.222.6677. Our attorneys will work with you to understand your situation and develop defense strategy.