Florida Federal Drug Crime Lawyers Protecting Your Rights
Ritalin and Adderall are frequently prescribed for children and young people with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). Ritalin and Adderall are most commonly used by younger people, although people of all ages and from all walks of life take these substances. Although these drugs can counter the effects of ADHD, they have addictive properties. In some cases, these drugs are used recreationally. Possessing Ritalin or Adderall without a prescription is against the law. In fact, you could be charged with a felony under Florida law for illegally possessing Ritalin or Adderall. If you have been charged with possessing or trafficking in these drugs, you need a criminal defense lawyer urgently.
We are the Tampa law firm of O’Brien Hatfield Reese, PA. For years, our attorneys have protected the constitutional rights of individuals across Florida facing serious criminal charges. If you have been charged with illegally possessing any kind of prescription medication, our law firm will look at your options and proceed with an effective defense against these charges.
Working Hard To Achieve A Positive Outcome In Your Case
Our first step when taking on any case is to find the best possible way to get the charges dismissed. For instance, many times police officers find drugs as a result of an illegal search. If law enforcement agents illegally searched you, we will file a motion with the court to suppress this evidence and dismiss your charges. If the state appears to have a strong case, we will review other potential options such as Drug Court or deferred prosecution. Firm founder Mark O’Brien has practiced criminal law exclusively, both as a prosecutor and as a criminal defense lawyer, since 1998. Although every case is different and hinges on unique facts, he has the experience and resolve to get results.
Do You Need A Tampa Adderall Prescription Lawyer? Contact O’Brien Hatfield Reese, PA, Today.
We offer a free initial consultation to discuss the specifics of your case. Call 813-345-4909, Orlando at 888-496-5916, en Español at 813-390-2494 or complete our contact form to begin your defense.