Caught with Illegal Prescription Medications? Call John Tumelty – Atlantic & Cape May County Drug Lawyer
Are Prescription Drug Charges Less Serious Than Other Crimes?
Some people believe that crimes that involve prescription drugs are treated less seriously than crimes that involve marijuana, cocaine, and other illegal drugs. This is not true, however, and the penalties for prescription drug crimes in New Jersey can be just as severe as penalties for illegal drug crimes. Depending on the type and amount of drug, the consequences could be significant.
If you have been charged with an offense involving illegal prescription medications, you need an experienced criminal defense attorney who can successfully represent you and protect your rights. I am John W. Tumelty, an Atlantic City drug charges lawyer who represents people charged with drug offenses in Atlantic County, Cape May County and other counties in South Jersey.
Don’t hesitate to contact my firm for a free initial consultation where we can discuss your charges. Call my office today at 609-390-4600 to make an appointment.
Atlantic City Illegal Prescription Medications Defense Lawyer
My firm regularly assists clients with drug cases involving illegal prescription medications:
- Forging of prescriptions
- Pharmacy fraud and prescription fraud
- Illegal possession of prescription medications
- Transportation of drugs
- Distribution of drugs
- Illegal buying prescription drugs online
- Drug delivery, manufacturing, and trafficking
If you have been charged with one or more of these offenses, you could be facing jail time and other significant consequences. It is important to know what to do in the days following an arrest and how an experienced attorney can build a vigorous defense for your charges.
Contact My Firm 24 Hours a Day, Seven Days a Week
I am available 24 hours a day, seven days a week to address the urgent needs of my clients. If you have been arrested and charged with a drug offense in New Jersey, call me today at 609-390-4600 to discuss what I can do to defend you against your criminal charges.