Prescription Drug Offenses: A Serious Threat To Your Future
Prescription drug charges are a serious threat to your future, your personal freedom and virtually every aspect of your life. It is prudent to take these charges seriously and work diligently to defend yourself by preparing an effective strategy most suitable for your individual situation. At Campana, Hoffa & Morrone, P.C., we understand the complexities of these cases, and we know how to fight back on behalf of our Pennsylvania clients.
If you are facing charges involving the misuse, distribution or sale of prescription drugs, we can help. With more than 100 years of combined experience, we know how to shield you from penalties that can include time behind bars, expensive fines and more. Our lawyers understand the laws regarding illegal use of prescription medication, and we will put our experience, knowledge and resources to work for you.
What Is At Stake For You?
Even with a valid prescription, the misuse of prescription drugs can lead to serious consequences. Pennsylvania drug laws are strict, and a conviction has the potential to change the direction of your life. We are concerned not only with keeping you out of jail, but also with your future interests. We help college students in Lycoming County, professionals and others combat charges related to the following:
- Illegal possession of prescription drugs
- Possession of prescription drugs with the intent to distribute
- Trafficking of prescription drugs
For college students and professionals, prescription drug offenses can derail plans for the future, career opportunities and personal reputations. In addition to the criminal penalties, our team strives to minimize the impact these charges will have on other areas of your life.
Personal Service During A Difficult Time
Our attorneys provide one-on-one attention to each of our clients. We answer calls and strive to remain accessible throughout the duration of your case. You can learn more about how we can assist you by calling our office at 570-279-4163 or emailing our Williamsport office for an appointment.