You have been arrested for selling prescription pills. There are several important details you need to know and consider.
Sales cases are treated much more harshly than simple possession cases. Our goal will be to try to get the sales charges reduced to possession charges to increase our options, as treatment programs are reserved to those who abuse the drugs they are arrested for.
Additionally, we need to understand how these pills were found. If you do not have a prescription at all for what was found in your possession, that’s illegal. However, if you have a prescription for some of the pills, this complicates the case. It will be important to have an experienced lawyer to assist with this.
Finally, did you make a statement and discuss to whom the pills belonged? Were you found with multiple pills that did not match, and therefore did not belong to you? Were other people found in possession of the same pills? Was there any sharing of these pills with other people? These factors could all further complicate the case.