Houston Hydrocodone Attorney
Hydrocodone: Possession, Sales and Prescription Fraud
Hydrocodone is one of the most prescribed drugs in the world. It is used
for pain, and is an opiate that has been in use for centuries. Opiates
are highly addictive and many people that were originally prescribed Hydrocodone
for pain, eventually become addicted and crave the drug. If you are facing
charges for illegal possession,
drug sales or any other
prescription drug charges related to Hydrocodone, it is in your best interests to speak with an
attorney on an immediate basis.
Houston drug crime lawyer Mark Morasch has helped countless clients defend
against serious drug charges. In addition to his years of experience as
a criminal defense attorney, he has a background serving as a prosecutor
in criminal cases, and has a great understanding of the justice process
from both sides. This experience and knowledge can greatly benefit those
who are caught in the justice system in a charge related to Hydrocodone,
whether illegal possession, sales or other crime. Facing drug charges
in a Texas court is very dangerous – the penalties imposed can be
significant, particularly in cases of prescription fraud or sales of Hydrocodone.
Hiring an experienced trial attorney to defend you who is personally committed
to you and your cause could greatly improve your chances of avoiding conviction.
Many defense strategies may be possible, and you deserve to find out what
could be done in your case before you make any decisions about your plea.
Law enforcement makes mistakes. An experienced attorney can expose any
rights violations, errors in police procedure, lab mistakes or other detail
that could lead to a dismissed or reduced charge, or result in a full
acquittal at trial. Protect your future freedom and reputation and speak
with an attorney from the firm today.
Hydrocodone Lawyer in Houston
Hydrocodone is a controlled substance, and is semi-synthetic opioid derived
from codeine. It has a sedative and pain blocking effect on the individual
using it. It is not available without a prescription. Most types of Hydrocodone
that are prescribed are made with high amounts of acetaminophen in order
to try and mitigate the possibility of addiction or illegal consumption.
It is a narcotic that is regulated under the
United States Controlled Substances Act. It can be found under Schedule II, Schedule III and Schedule V. Side
effects of Codeine can include: nausea, kidney damage, internal bleeding,
If you have been caught in the criminal justice system on a charge related
to Hydrocodone, contact the firm at once for assistance. Your future freedom
could depend upon it.