Illegal Possession of Prescription Drugs Lawyer

Illegal Sale of Prescription Drugs Defense Lawyer – Edmonton, Alberta

In Edmonton, Alberta, the possession of, delivery of, or sale of prescription drugs is highly illegal. These narcotics may be: painkillers, anti-anxiety medications, hypnotics, muscle relaxers, etc. Being arrested for and/or charged with any narcotics type crime is extremely serious throughout the Province of Alberta. Depending on the circumstances, surrounding your arrest, you may be charged with either a misdemeanor or a felony drug charge.

If you have been arrested for being in possession of prescription drugs or prescription narcotics, know you have rights that should be fully protected; call the law offices of Slaferek Callihoo to speak with a respected, thorough drug crime lawyer regarding your case. Contact them at 780-809-1059 – let them make fighting for your rights their number one priority.

Common Prescription Drugs Illegally Possessed and/or Sold in Alberta

  • Xanax
  • Vicodin
  • Percocet
  • Oxycontin
  • Aderall
  • Tramadol
  • Viagra
  • Cialis
  • Ambien
  • Lunesta

The aforementioned drugs are used casually, sexually, or socially at bars, parties, clubs, as well college campuses. Being caught with any of these, with or without the intent to deliver or sell, can exert extremely serious, costly, life-altering consequences on your future.

Let an Edmonton, Alberta, Drug Charge Defense Attorney Help You

A drug crime conviction can severely and negatively affect you now and in the future – your ability to get a job or your ability to further your academic career, among other things. If you have been charged with illegally possessing or intending to deliver illegally obtained prescription drugs, contact an Edmonton, Alberta, controlled substance crime defense lawyer. Call Slaferek Callihoo at 780-809-1059.

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    Penalties If Convicted of Possessing Prescription Drugs in Edmonton, Alberta

    Very serious penalties and consequences follow being convicted of possessing illegally obtained prescription drugs. Fines, attorney fees, court costs, legal fees may be sought. You may placed on probation, house arrest, or into a drug diversion program. You may also face an extended jail term or prison sentence, depending on the circumstances of your arrest as well as your prior criminal record.


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    Contacting Darin H. Slaferek

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