Michigan Prescription Fraud Attorneys


Medical professionals must exercise care and diligence when prescribing medications. If a medical professional makes a mistake, he or she may be charged for prescribing a medicine that someone did not need or for overcharging for services. Depending on the amount, a medical professional may face a felony charge with consequences of up to a decade in prison.

These charges can also be brought on anyone who uses false information to obtain schedule II narcotics illegally. These charges are most often brought at the federal level as there are special task forces in place in Detroit to investigate prescription fraud and associated crimes. If you are facing a prescription fraud charge, it is absolutely crucial to begin protecting your rights immediately.

Defense Lawyers For Vicodin And OxyContin Prescription Fraud Charges

Whether you are an individual accused of obtaining prescriptions through fraudulent means or a health care provider accused of providing the drugs fraudulently, our attorneys will provide you more than 50 years of combined criminal defense experience to aggressively defend against any charge.

We have extensive experience working on cases with many common prescription drugs, including Vicodin, OxyContin, Xanax (Zanex), Seroquel and all other controlled substances.

Contact The Law Offices of Raymond A. Cassar, P.L.C., at 248-949-1211 or via email to discuss criminal charges and professional licenses in Michigan in a free consultation with a one of our Michigan white collar crime lawyers.

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