Selling or Distributing Oxycodone

Consult with an Experienced Richmond Drug Crime Attorney

Oxycodone is a prescription drug given to individuals who are suffering from moderate to severe pain. While there is a medical use for oxycodone, the highly-addictive drug is often used for recreational reasoning. Because of the frequent misuse of this drug, it is classified as Schedule II substance. If you are accused of selling or distributing oxycodone, you could be facing felony charges and life-altering penalties.

It is highly important to consult with a reputable Richmond criminal defense attorney who is experienced at defending clients against such allegations. With so much at stake, we encourage you to reach out to Carlson & Collier right away. With more than seven decades of combined experience under our belts, we are prepared to take on your drug crime charges.

Penalties for Sellers & Distributors of Oxycodone

If the amount of oxycodone found in your possession was more than a valid amount for personal use or if the oxycodone was split into proportions, law officials may have cause to believe you had the intention to sell or distribute the drug. If you are facing such allegations, the consequences could be steep.

Penalties for the selling or distributing oxycodone can include:

  • Between 5 and 40 years in prison
  • A maximum of $500,000 in fines
  • Felony charges on your record
  • Loss of property in some case s

At our firm, we are aware of the severity of your accusations and are willing to fight to clear your name. You don't have to face this time alone! Our Richmond criminal attorneys are well-equipped to tackle your drug crime charges with strategic defense tactics and aggressive representation.

Now is the time to get our legal team behind your case. Call us today to set up a consultation.

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