I was just arrested for a prescription related crime. What can I do?
More than half of the US population is prescribed at least one prescription drug, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control. The result is that many ‘normal’ people become addicted to the drugs that have been prescribed and, sometimes, other drugs, as a result.
Falsifying a prescription is a serious crime in Maryland. If you have been charged with a crime related to illegal prescriptions, possession and/or distribution of controlled substances or narcotics, Allan Rombro will help you resolve your case.
Even the most “normal” people who have no prior criminal record can end up becoming addicted to prescription drugs and face serious charges. If you are in such a situation, a knowledgeable Maryland criminal defense attorney can help you navigate a complex legal system.
The consequences for possessing illegal prescription drugs can be just as life changing as any serious drug charge. You face jail, high fines and years of monitoring. Maryland has taken a very tough approach in recent years and prosecutors rigorously pursue prescription fraud cases in an effort to win favor with a nation who likes tough penalties for drug dealers.
Allan Rombro has almost thirty years of experience defending people charged with offenses related to false prescriptions and illegal possession, distribution and trafficking of prescription drugs.
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Allan Rombro has over 30 years experience as a criminal defense attorney in Baltimore City and County, Howard County, Carroll County, Prince Georges County, Harford County, the Eastern Shore and throughout Maryland.
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