Aggressive Defense Against Prescription Drug Charges
When you, your child or someone you care about has been charged with illegally possessing or distributing prescription drugs, we urge you to contact us for a free case review.
These charges can result in significant long-term consequences, and you need to ensure you understand your rights and options. We will explain to you what you are up against, and your defense options, during a free, no-obligation consultation. Call 301-579-3429 to reach the Law Offices of Thomas C. Mooney in Upper Marlboro, Maryland.
The Maryland Association for Justice named Thomas C. Mooney 2011’s Trial Lawyer of the Year.
How We Can Help
Whether you have been accused of doctor shopping, prescription fraud, possessing prescription drugs for personal use or with the intent to distribute, the potential criminal consequences are harsh. Depending on your criminal history and the details of your case, you could face substantial jail time and fines.
We aim to get involved in drug cases as early as possible. We want to talk to you before you talk to the police. No matter what police or prosecutors say, they are not on your side.
When we take your case, we will move forward very quickly, and aggressively, to examine the evidence that has been gathered against you and get anything questionable thrown out. In many drug cases, we uncover errors in police procedure and search and seizure violations that can lead to a dismissal of charges, or at least a downgrade to less serious charges.
We handle drug cases with an eye toward treatment. If you are addicted to drugs, you need support, not jail time. We will do everything within our power to get the court to agree.
As experienced trial attorneys, we are prepared to do what is necessary to protect your future and your freedom.
Talk To An Attorney About Your Options For Free
We invite you to contact us as soon as possible to talk to a lawyer about your case and prescription drug defense options for free. We will answer your questions during a free, no-obligation consultation. Call 301-579-3429 or send us an email to reach our office.