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Prescription Drug Charges

Powerful Defense Against Drug Crime Accusations in Northwest Indiana

Prosecutors across Indiana are toughening their position on prescription drug crimes. A conviction can result in a felony record, time jail and heavy fines. Many people charged with prescription drug crimes are surprised to learn that they could be treated just as severely as someone charged with cocaine or heroin-related crimes.

At LaTulip Law Offices, P.C., we have more than 10 years of experience defending clients against all kinds of drug charges in Indiana. We know that many of our clients are in some ways victims themselves. They are victims of a system that encourages prescription drug use but fails to provide adequate support to those who become addicted. Good people from all backgrounds can get caught up in prescription drug crimes. It does not make those people hardened criminals.

Handling All Prescription Drug Crimes in Indiana State and Federal Courts

In Indiana, all drug crimes, including prescription drug crimes, can be charged as either a misdemeanor or a felony, depending on the facts of the case. It takes a skilled prescription drug charge lawyer like LaTulip Law Offices, P.C. to help you understand what you are facing.

Under Mr. LaTulip’s leadership, we fight aggressive for dismissals and charge reductions in cases involving:

Prescription fraud
Doctor shopping
Stealing prescription pads
Selling prescription drugs on the street
Writing unnecessary prescriptions

We have handled cases involving many different prescription drugs, including:


Contact a Northwest Indiana Lawyer for Defense Against Illegal Possession of Prescription Drugs

If you have been arrested or charged with a prescription drug crime in Indiana, do not hesitate to reach out to the LaTulip Law Offices, P.C. Schedule your free consultation by calling (219) 756-7600. You can also contact our law firm online.

Our attorney can visit you in jail if you are incarcerated.