Have you been arrested for prescription fraud in San Diego? When an individual illegally acquires prescription drugs, it will be considered prescription fraud.
There are different ways in which prescription fraud can be committed. One of those ways is for an individual to go to multiple doctors in order to receive multiple prescriptions. Another way is to withhold information from a doctor in order to obtain medication. According to law enforcement officials, Valium, Xanax, OxyContin, Percocet, and Vicodin are some of the most common prescription drugs acquired through prescription fraud.
Prescription fraud is a VERY serious criminal charge, and in California, it can be prosecuted at both a federal and state level.
If convicted of prescription fraud, your conviction could result in jail or prison time, substantial fines, court-ordered classes, and registration as a drug offender. You could end up with a criminal conviction on your record, permanently tarnishing your reputation and impacting your future.
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