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The minimum penalty for a drug trafficking conviction is a $25,000 fine and 3 years in prison, and the maximum fine can be anywhere up to $200,000. Trafficking is harshly frowned upon in Florida and if you have been charged with trafficking, it is essential that you speak with an experienced drug crime attorney as soon as possible.
Prescription fraud is a growing crime and can refer to any number of activities that result in a prescription drug being available to someone without a prescription. For example, getting a prescription just so that you can get the drug and sell it to someone else, or going to several doctors to get a prescription for the same drug are both examples of prescription fraud.
Like prescription fraud, prescription forgery is a harshly punished drug crime. Examples of prescription forgery can include illegally duplicating a prescription, altering a prescription in some way, possibly to get more of the controlled substance, or counterfeiting a prescription are all examples of prescription forgery that are punishable under Florida drug laws.
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If you or a loved one has been charged with a drug crime of any sort, contact an Orlando drug defense lawyer from our firm today.