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Are you facing prescription drug charges involving Xanax?

Xanax is a prescription drug which is part of a group of drugs called benzodiazepines. It is most commonly prescribed in order to treat anxiety disorders, panic disorders, depression, agoraphobia (fear of open spaces) and in some cases can be used as part of cancer treatments. As with OxyContin, Xanax can be extremely addictive and has serious dangers.

When you think about drug crimes, you are probably thinking about crimes relating to illegal street drugs, however, prescription drug offenses have continued to increase in number over the years and have rapidly become a serious situation. It should also be noted that since Xanax is a prescribed drug and a schedule II substance, which may only be lawfully obtained, used and distributed to patients having a valid prescription from an authorized physician, the possession or illegal distribution of Xanax can result in criminal charges being filed.

Charges for minor prescription drug crimes are handled at the state level while large quantity drug possession charges and interstate drug trafficking fall under federal jurisdiction with significantly more serious penalties. A one-year jail term for small quantity Xanax drug possession or distribution, may result in a 10-year prison term for a federal offense.

If you or a loved one is facing prescription drug charges involving Xanax, you need to protect your rights. When you contact a Columbus prescription drug crimes lawyer at the firm you are taking the first step. An attorney from the firm will be able to thoroughly review your case, analyze and determine the best course of action and provide you with the aggressive representation you deserve.

Why You Need a Columbus Xanax Lawyer

Ohio lawmakers have recently begun taking dramatic measures to reduce the volume of illegal prescription drug crimes in the state of Ohio. Whether you are facing simple possession charges, or you have been accused of drug trafficking or broad distribution of Xanax, you need The Koffel Law Firm on your side.

The firm has been representing and defending clients against drug charges for over 15 years and they have not only been ranked in the top 50 lawyers in Ohio, but several of the defense attorneys have been recognized as Ohio Super Lawyers. So when you are looking for an attorney who understands prescription drug crimes, has an in-depth experience with and a success record for representing clients facing prescription drug charges, and will work hard to build you an aggressive defense, you need a lawyer from the firm.

Don't trust your case to inexperienced counsel. Find out how to fight your Xanax charges by contacting a Columbus Xanax attorney at the firm and scheduling your confidential consultation today.

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