Fraudulently Obtaining Possession of Controlled Substances

Massachusetts General Laws Chapter 94C Section 33 makes it a crime to fraudulently obtain possession of controlled substances. This crime basically involves forging or falsifying prescriptions or failing to disclose a material fact in order to get a controlled substance from a doctor. The prosecutor has to prove beyond a reasonable doubt that the defendant acted knowingly or intentionally. The penalty for this offense is imprisonment in state prison for up to four years or a fine of up to $20,000, or both the imprisonment and the fine. Obviously, this is an extremely serious charge, and if faced with it, you should contact an attorney who will build the best defense possible. You should contact Francis T. O'Brien Jr. of O'Brien Law Boston.

Attorney O'Brien has been defending drug charges for more than 20 years. He is one of the most prominent criminal defense attorneys in Boston, and he will fight aggressively for a not guilty verdict, a dismissal of charges, or the best possible outcome based on the facts of your drug case. Attorney O'Brien is the director of Parker Scheer's criminal defense practice. His expertise coupled with the extensive resources of a top-rated Boston law firm make him a powerful force in all areas of criminal defense.

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