Defense Lawyer for Prescription Drug Crimes Cases

Prescription drugs are heavily regulated and the laws are vigorously enforced. These laws cover the manufacturing, marketing, distribution, sale and purchase of prescription drugs. The demand for prescription drugs, particularly lower-cost prescription drugs (like Viagra), and difficult to get drugs like painkillers, steroids and human growth hormone, have made them big business.

Understanding Prescription Fraud

There are generally two types of prescription drugs crimes:

  • Prescription fraud happening on a primarily local level for drugs such as Xanax, Vicodin, OxyContin, Hydrocodone, Oxycodone
  • Internet prescription crimes that involve interstate or international trafficking through the mail. The DEA has a special On-Line Pharmacy Investigation Strategy.

If you are under investigation or have been charged with prescription fraud or an Internet drug crime, talk to an experienced Texas prescription drug crimes defense lawyer. Contact the law firm of attorney Frank Rubino in Houston or Miami.

Extensive Experience Makes a Difference

In a career that has spanned more than 30 years, Mr. Rubino has proven his ability to successfully combat the prosecution in state and federal drug cases involving legal or illegal drugs. Mr. Rubino represents clients who face considerable risk of lengthy prison sentences — clients who need to know that everything possible is being done on their case.

Many of the firm's clients are high-level business people, doctors, pharmacists and other medical professionals, as well as those caught up in conspiracy charges for a less significant role in the government's case.

Every client receives the full attention and resources of the firm. Mr. Rubino handles every case personally, from grand jury investigation through trial and appeal.

A Track Record of Successful Defense Against Drug Charges

Mr. Rubino has extensive experience representing clients in complex cases involving multiple parties across a number of international borders by mail (which can trigger a U.S. Postal Service investigation) or boat or airliner (which can trigger Customs Enforcement investigation), involving drugs in various states of manufacture.

He is equipped to handle prescription drug fraud and prescription drug trafficking cases involving counterfeit drugs, tainted drugs, anabolic steroids, human growth hormone (HGH) insulin growth factor (IGF), drugs sold without FDA approval, and illegal purchase and sale of precursor chemicals used to make meth (such as pseudoephedrine).

Contact a Drug Crimes Attorney

Frank A. Rubino, Esq. is prepared to represent you in federal court against serious criminal accusations. Contact Mr. Rubino online or call his offices, located in Miami and Houston, at 866-718-3994.