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Prescription Drug Charge Defense Attorney

Providing Aggressive Defense For Cases In Wisconsin

If you’ve been arrested on prescription drug charges, you’re likely facing hefty fines and penalties like jail time, loss of license and more. It’s not just the penalties in court, this may mean loss of scholarships, job offers, and a bright future. You shouldn’t lose all that on a mistake.

With years of experience in both defending and prosecuting drug offense charges, Kerri Cleghorn is the attorney you need to lessen prescription drug penalties or completely free you of charges. Schedule a consultation with Cleghorn Defense.

Popular Prescription Drugs

Popularity of prescription drugs directly correlates to its rising known side-effects like increased attention and energy for prescription stimulants or euphoria and pain relief for prescription opioids. Some of the more popular prescription drug charges relate to:

  • Vicodin, Hydrocodone (Schedule II Controlled Substance)
  • Adderall (Schedule II Controlled Substance)
  • Ritalin (Schedule II Controlled Substance)
  • Fentanyl (Schedule II Controlled Substance)
  • Oxycontin, Oxycodone (Schedule II Controlled Substance)
  • Codeine (Schedule II or III Controlled Substance)

Caught With Vicodin In Wisconsin

If arrested in possession of Vicodin you can be charged with a Class I felony which penalties of:

  • Fine up to $10,000
  • Prison time up to 3.5 years

If arrested in possession of Vicodin with intent to distribute or deliver, they can be charged with a Class E felony, which penalties include:

  • Fine up to $50,000
  • Prison time up to 15 years

If this is you, you need to act now, the professional attorney Kerri Cleghorn will go to battle for you and help ensure you are provided the most complete defense possible.

Caught With Oxy In Wisconsin

The illegal possession of Schedule II narcotics such as oxycodone can be charged as a Class I felony, which can result in penalties that include:

  • Fine of up to $10,000 fine
  • Prison time up to 6 years

Possession charges of Schedule II narcotics can be hard to defend, get an experienced lawyer like Kerri Cleghorn to defend your rights.

The illegal possession with intent to deliver oxycodone can be charged as a Class E felony, which can result in penalties that include:

  • Fine of up to $50,000 fine
  • Prison time up to 15 years

If this is you, you need to act now to avoid serious penalties and jail time. Get in touch for a free consultation.

Caught With Adderall In Wisconsin

First offense Adderall possession charges are considered a misdemeanor and come with penalties of:

  • Fine up to $5,000
  • Prison time up to 1 year

Second offense Adderall possession charges are charged as a Class I felony and come with the penalties of:

  • Fine up to $10,000
  • Prison time up to 3.5 years

The illegal possession with intent to deliver or distribute Adderall can be charged as a Class F, E, D, or C felony depending on the amount a person is arrested in possession of:

  • 3 grams or less is a Class F Felony: fine up to $25,000, and/or prison time up to 12.5 years
  • More than 3 grams but less than 10 grams is a Class E Felony: fine up to $50,000 and/or prison time up to 15 years
  • More than 10 grams but less than 50 grams is a Class D felony: fine up to $100,000 and/or prison time up to 25 years
  • More than 50 grams is a Class C felony: fine up to $100,000 and/or prison time up to 40 years

The Right Defense Attorney For Your Drug Charges

If you’ve been arrested on prescription drug-related charges, then you need to act fast. Get in touch with experienced criminal defense attorney Kerri Cleghorn for a free consultation and an aggressive defense of your future.