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PRESCRIPTION DRUG ARRESTS IN LAS VEGAS

Prescription drug abuse has become a flourishing epidemic in Las Vegas. Every year, many residents and tourists are being arrested and charged for prescription drug related crimes. 

A conviction for a prescription drug crime can result in severe penalties and substantial damage to your reputation.

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Prescription drugs that are commonly obtained illegally in Las Vegas include the following

Vicodin
Xanax
Valium
Ritalin

Morphine
OxyContin
Codeine
Hydrocodone

Ativan
Percocet
Adderall

If you have been charged with a prescription drug crime in Nevada, our Las Vegas drug lawyers are dedicated to protecting your rights and freedom, as well as helping you obtain the most favorable outcome possible. With decades of legal experience, we have a thorough understanding of state and federal drug laws to either get your charges reduced or your case dismissed entirely.

PENALTIES FOR PRESCRIPTION PILL CRIMES

In Nevada, the penalties for prescription drug offenses vary depending on the type of substance, the schedule the medication is classified under, and whether or not the alleged offender has previously been convicted of any type of drug crime. Most prescription drug penalties are considered felonies, including lengthy prison sentences, expensive fines, and a permanent record on your criminal record.

The following are some of the prescription pill penalties in Nevada:

Dispensing illegal pills – Category C felony
Prison sentence ranging from two to five years
Fine of up to $10,000

Doctor shopping – Category C felony
Prison sentence ranging from two to five years
Fine of up to $10,000

First or second conviction for illegal possession of prescription pills (Schedules I, II, III, or IV) – Category E felony
Prison sentence ranging from one to four years

Third or subsequent conviction for illegal possession of prescription pills (Schedules I, II, III or IV) – Category D felony
Prison sentence ranging from 19 months to four years
Fine of up to $5,000

First conviction for illegal possession of Schedule V prescription pills – Category E felony
Prison sentence ranging from one to four years

Second or subsequent conviction for illegal possession for Schedule V prescription pills – Category E felony
Prison sentence ranging from one to four years
Fine of up to $5,000

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