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Drug crimes involving Oxycontin may carry a greater penalty

All prescription drug convictions can impact a person’s life in a big way, but a conviction for the possession or distribution of Oxycontin can be devastating. Oxycontin is a Schedule II drug, which means anyone convicted of distributing or even possessing this substance illegally may discover he or she is in more trouble than first believed. Making matters even worse in some cases, the amount of the drug in possession can increase the penalties associated with the charges.

Examples of some of the harsh penalties Wisconsin courts may dole out for Oxycontin convictions include fines of up to $50,000 or more, sentences of three or more years in prison and a huge black mark on your criminal record. Even if you have no prior convictions, an Oxycontin charge can change your life in a multitude of ways. This holds true for both those charged with simple possession, those charged with distribution and even doctors charged with prescription fraud.

Fortunately, you can protect your freedom and your human rights if you act quickly to defend yourself. As with all allegations, you are innocent until you are proven guilty and that is where a criminal defense attorney comes in. Rather than facing the justice system unprepared and on your own, it is better to partner with a firm that is familiar with and understands Wisconsin’s laws against drug crimes.

If you or someone you love is facing criminal charges involving Oxycontin, it is crucial to act quickly. You can find out if you may need a criminal defense attorney by reviewing our webpages dedicated to drug charges and, more specifically, crimes involving Oxycontin.

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