Prescription drug fraud is a growing problem and has become heavily prosecuted in the state of Utah. Severe addiction to prescription pain pills can motivate otherwise honest individuals to go doctor shopping and seek out doctors who are known for liberal prescribing. Even just one prescription of OxyContin or Vicodin can be enough to start an addiction. When this addiction becomes overpowering, patients often seek out prescription drugs by using prescription fraud.
It is considered prescription fraud if an individual seeks out a particular doctor who is notorious for liberal prescribing, or obtain unnecessary prescriptions by concealing information, misrepresenting, fraud, or deceit to convince the doctor of the necessity for the prescription. Both doctors and patients may be charged with prescription fraud. If you have been charged with prescription fraud for any reason, it is important to seek immediate legal representation.
Utah prescription fraud attorney Zachary C. Holbrook, P.C. thoroughly reviews your case to build an exceptional defense strategy. His extensive experience with prescription drug law and the Utah court systems enable him to facilitate plea bargains, reduced charges, reduced sentencing, and ensuring a fair trial. Zachary will use every available resource to fight for you and defend your reputation.