Prescription Drug Abuse | Serious Consequences Need Serious Defense

If you are arrested on suspicion of possession of illegally obtained prescription drugs, you could face serious consequences. The laws around prescription medications are complicated, and it is vital that you work with an experienced local attorney who can provide you with the defense you need.

Attorney Jeffrey Kippa at J. Kippa Law, LLC, has experience defending clients in the Appleton, Green Bay and Oshkosh areas against prescription drug charges. He cares about each of his clients, and he will work hard to help you avoid serious penalties.

What Consequences Will You Face? It Depends.

If you are convicted of a drug crime involving prescription drugs, the penalties you face will depend on several factors. First, it will depend on the specific type of drug involved in your case. Additionally, your criminal record will have an impact. If you were previously convicted of a crime, it could lead to more severe penalties in the sentencing phase of your case.

Finally, the penalties will depend on the amount of prescription drugs involved in your case. If you are accused of possessing a significant amount of illegally obtained medications, then you could face harsher penalties.

Prescription Drug Cases J. Kippa Law, LLC, Can Handle

Regardless of the type or amount of drug involved in your case, attorney Jeffrey Kippa can help you. He handles cases involving all kinds of prescription medications, including OxyContin, oxycodone, Vicodin, Adderall, Ritalin and similar drugs. Additionally, he defends clients against charges involving:

  • Possession of prescription drugs
  • Sale or distribution of prescription drugs
  • Trafficking prescription medications
  • Doctor shopping
  • Theft or fraud to obtain prescription medications

Talk To A Defense Attorney About Your Case

To speak with an experienced drug crime defense lawyer about the charges you face, contact Jeffrey Kippa. You can contact him online or call him at 920-944-3352 to schedule an appointment at his Appleton, Wisconsin, office.