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Prescription Drug Offenses

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Prescription Drug Lawyer In Manchester, TN

You may have become addicted to painkillers after an injury, and went doctor shopping to feed that addiction. You may have resorted to buying painkillers on the street. Or you may have had a valid prescription, only to be wrongfully arrested. Whatever the circumstances of your arrest, you face a huge legal problem — a criminal charge for illegal possession of prescription drugs. That’s when you need strong, effective legal representation from an experienced defense attorney.

At Law Offices of Burch, Morrison, & Stewart, in Manchester, we aggressively defend the rights and freedom of people facing prescription drug charges, such as illegal possession of painkillers or prescription forgery. We work tirelessly to minimize the consequences of drug crime charges. In doing so, we are often able to obtain outcomes that help our clients avoid jail and a criminal record, and get treatment for their dependency problems.

If you need help to overcome your legal problem, call us at (931) 954-1066. In a free consultation, a prescription drug arrest lawyer can review your situation and discuss your legal options.

Seeking Positive Outcomes For Our Clients

Many first-time drug offenders can avoid conviction and jail time through alternative judicial outcomes. If you qualify for a pretrial diversion or judicial diversion and comply with the terms of the program, you will not go to jail and no conviction will be entered into your record. Participation in a drug treatment program is often required.

Our attorneys have long-established working relationships with prosecutors in Coffee County, and we have helped many clients obtain diversion outcomes. If you qualify, we will seek to obtain such an outcome for you.

Are You A Health Care Professional Who Has Been Arrested?

A small but significant number of nurses, doctors and other health care workers in Tennessee become addicted to prescription painkillers. Because many of these professionals have access to these medications, they succumb to temptation to help them deal with the stress of their work.

An arrest for illegal possession of prescription drugs can put your professional license and career at risk. Law Offices of Burch, Morrison, & Stewart, will work diligently to avoid or minimize any consequences you may face as the result of your arrest.

To schedule a free initial consultation about a possession of a controlled substance charge, contact Law Offices of Burch, Morrison, & Stewart, by calling (931) 954-1066.

We can be contacted 24 hours a day, seven days a week.