You want a lawyer who has walked this walk a thousand times.
Bruce Rivers can do better than that: He has handled over 2,000 criminal cases since founding Rivers Law Firm, P.A., of Minneapolis in 1998. Learn More
A Strong Defense Against Prescription Drug Charges
It is amazing how misinformed some people are about drugs. Many don’t know there are laws against misuse of prescription pills. “I have a doctor’s prescription,” they say. Unfortunately, it is illegal to have too many, to be driving under the influence, or to have acquired them in an illegal way. And ignorance of the law is not a defense.
A lot of people are in serious pain for medical reasons not arising from addiction, but eventually they do become dependent on painkillers. The government comes down very hard on doctors and clinics that prescribe these drugs. Individual users are at significant risk of conviction and incarceration, or loss of other liberties.
Defense Against Prescription Drug Possession And Fraud Charges
At Rivers Law Firm, P.A., we defend people arrested for possession of oxycodone, Vicodin, Xanax, Valium, Percocet and scores of other familiar drugs. We can also help, if you have been accused of:
- Forging or altering prescriptions
- Stealing someone else’s prescription
- Stealing a prescription pad
- Doctor shopping
- Buying or selling pills online or through a pill mill
As one of the Twin Cities most advanced criminal defense firms, we also defend users of the new synthetic drugs, including spice, synthetic heroin, bath salts, salvia, ecstasy, bute, PCP and steroids.
Lawyer Bruce Rivers is board certified in criminal defense by the National Board of Trial Advocacy, and as a criminal trial specialist by the Minnesota State Bar Association.
Call 612-915-0355 to speak with attorney Bruce Rivers the moment you find out about an investigation of criminal charges. An email to our firm is another way to get help building an aggressive defense to prescription drug possession charges.
Choose wisely. Choose Bruce.
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