Prescription Drug Charges

Take Drug Possession Charges Seriously

You probably know that the use or possession of illegal drugs is a crime. But drug laws also apply to analog drugs, which are drugs like Vicodin or Oxycontin that are similar to illegal substances. If found guilty of using or possessing analogs, you could face serious consequences ranging from fines to time in jail.

Triton Legal PLC can help if you've been accused of analog drug use or possession. Our drug defense attorneys understand the law surrounding these heavily-controlled substances and will explain your options. We'll help you argue your defense and negotiate for reduced penalties or a dismissal of your charges.

Don't assume your charges aren't serious because the drugs weren't illegal narcotics. Contact a skilled criminal defense attorney in Bay City, MI to get help with your case.

Why you should hire an attorney

The consequences of a conviction in an analog drug case can be just as serious as a conviction for illicit narcotics. Charges can include...

  • Analog drug use, which carries penalties of up to $1,000 in fines or a year in jail
  • Analog drug possession, which is a felony offense that can result in two years in prison or fines up to $2,000
  • Analog drug possession with intent to distribute, which can result in up to 15 years in prison and fines up to $250,000
Make sure you team up with an experienced drug defense attorney. We can defend your rights and help you fight for the best possible outcome. Call 989-439-9600 to speak with a criminal defense attorney today.

What's the Difference Between Assault and Battery?

  • Assault is putting someone in fear of being battered.
  • If you swing your fist at someone, but don't hit them, it may be considered an assault.
  • Battery is making unwanted contact with another person.
  • The aggressor does not have authority or permission for the contact.
  • If you swing your fist at someone and make contact, then it may be considered a battery.