Dealing with Prescription Fraud
Drug crimes are considered to be very serious. It is important to remember that it is not only "illegal" drugs that can result in criminal charges against you. If you have committed prescription fraud in order to obtain "legal" drugs or medication for any use, recreational or not, you could be subject to serious penalties, including jail or prison time, fines, probation and community service.
Necessity for Legal Assistance
Depending upon the circumstances of your case, you could even lose your driving privileges. This will not only result in a loss of freedom and mobility, but will also taint your record which could inhibit job or education opportunities. Having an attorney to wade through your case will help protect your rights and your future.
I strongly urge you to contact me if you have been charged with any type of drug crime. I could be able to help you avoid the penalties associated with a criminal conviction. You should know that there is virtually always something that your defense lawyer can do to help protect your freedom and legal rights.
Why Choose John P. Rutkowski?
I have over 20 years of experience in the criminal justice system. I was a deputy sheriff for 12 years and I have been a criminal defense attorney for over ten years. This invaluable experience gives me an insight into both sides of your case that cannot help but benefit you.
I take my job very seriously. I know how upsetting and traumatizing it can be to face criminal charges and I will do everything in my power to help maximize your chances of success. Please do not hesitate to contact me as soon as you have been charged. The sooner you get in touch with me, the sooner I can begin helping you and building your defense. Do not leave such a serious matter in the hands of chance or inexperience. You owe it to yourself to contact an experienced lawyer.