San Diego Prescription Drug Charges Defense Attorney
Facing Prescription Drug Charges? We Can Help.
Police and prosecutors in Southern California take drug crimes involving the possession or sale of prescription drugs very seriously. Many who have been arrested on prescription drug charges were surprised to find they are treated as harshly as a person arrested for a crime involving crack cocaine or heroin.
At the San Diego Law Office of Vikas Bajaj, APC, we understand that many people who face prescription drug charges — including prescription fraud — are victims, too. Victims of doctors who prescribe highly addictive drugs and then don’t provide the support necessary to battle dependency. Victims of police and prosecutors who are more interested in securing a conviction and a maximum sentence than in helping good people get the second chance they need.
Our goal is to minimize the consequences of an arrest for charges like the illegal possession or distribution of prescription drugs. We do this by providing aggressive and highly experienced representation and by working to protect our clients’ rights against overzealous police investigators and prosecutors.
Our attorneys have a proven record of success in having even the most serious charges reduced or dismissed outright by challenging evidence obtained through unlawful search and seizure and other violations of our clients’ rights.
In addition, we have often been successful in obtaining a global disposition that gets our clients the help they need. We work closely with doctors, therapists and treatment programs in an effort to give our clients the best chance of freedom from highly addictive prescription drugs like OxyContin, Vicodin, Percocet and other opiates and opiate derivatives.
Contact the Law Office of Vikas Bajaj, APC, for a free consultation with a top-notch San Diego, California, lawyer dedicated to your rights and focused on protecting your freedom from prescription drug charges.
Free consultation • Payment plans available • Credit cards accepted • Located on the top floor of the NBC building in downtown San Diego