Prescription Drug Fraud

Many people who are arrested for prescription drug fraud are not hardened criminals. They do not delve into street drugs or other criminal activity. They allowed themselves to get hooked on prescription painkillers during recovery from injuries, surgeries or other problems. However, once an arrest has been made or charges have been filed for prescription drug fraud, many of these individuals face problems in their relationships, family lives and careers as they attempt to restore trust and their reputations.

At the Law Offices of Rudolph E. Loewenstein, located in Orange County, we represent medical professionals and other individuals facing criminal charges involving illegal possession of prescription drugs and prescription drug fraud. Contact us for a free consultation to discuss your rights and how we can help you through this ordeal.

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Former Deputy DA • Certified Criminal Law Specialist

Clients of our law firm benefit from more than 30 years of criminal law experience and the knowledge of a former prosecutor turned criminal defense lawyer. We know how drug cases are handled by prosecutors, which allows us to prepare a solid defense strategy tailored to your needs.

When you are facing serious drug charges that could jeopardize your career, reputation and freedom, you need an experienced criminal defense attorney with knowledge, dedication and proven experience defending clients facing prescription drug charges. We have successfully defended clients facing prescription drug abuse allegations in Southern California and are experts at defending clients facing all types of prescription drug fraud charges, such as charges involving:

  • Writing forged scrips/illegal prescriptions
  • Illegal possession of prescription drugs
  • Distribution or trafficking of prescription drugs
  • Using stolen prescription pads
  • Other facets of prescription drug fraud

We handle prescription drug fraud cases involving OxyContin, Codeine, Percocet, Vicodin and other prescription narcotics known to be abused or cause addiction.

Prop 36: Drug Treatment Alternatives to Punishment

If the underlying drug problem is not addressed, people who are charged with prescription drug fraud are likely to re-offend in the future as they continue to feed their addictions. That is why California drug laws provide an alternative sentencing option that promotes drug treatment and rehabilitation for first offense or second offense non-violent drug offenders, such as prescription drug offenders.

We work with clients to help them obtain the necessary treatment so that they can overcome their addictions, protect their freedom and preserve their futures.

Putting Your Concerns First

At the Law Offices of Rudolph E. Loewenstein, we put your needs and your concerns first — focusing on your drug treatment, professional license and future. We have the experience and commitment to fight for your freedom. Contact our Tustin law firm to schedule an initial consultation.