Criminal inquiries into pharmacies (Oxycontin)

Essex County Prescription Fraud Lawyer — Defending Pharmacists and Pharmacies

Administrative agencies at both the state and federal level can also make prescription fraud inquiries. Whether your case involves an individual pharmacist or pharmacy, experienced Newark attorney Robert J. DeGroot can review the facts of your situation and seek to halt investigations before they turn into criminal indictments. The sooner you can discuss your pharmacy criminal inquiry with him, the better your chances of a positive outcome. When so much is at stake, including your professional license, you want an attorney with nearly 50 years of experience.

If you are a pharmacy or pharmacist facing a criminal inquiry, our team of experts would love the opportunity to help. Contact the Law Offices of Robert J. DeGroot in New Jersey for an exceptional and seasoned Newark pharmacy criminal inquiries attorney. We are proud to offer free initial consultations. Attorney Robert J. DeGroot was selected to the 2011 New Jersey Super Lawyers list, and fewer than 5 percent of attorneys in New Jersey were chosen for this honor.

High-Quality and Knowledgeable Criminal Defense Since 1972

Since 1972, the Law Offices of Robert J. DeGroot has been aggressively and effectively defending clients throughout the Newark and the surrounding area. We help those individuals or businesses under investigation or charged with prescription fraud-related crimes. Prescription fraud is not just limited to pharmacists but also physicians and doctors prescribing medications, particularly controlled substances such as Oxycontin or Oxycodone.

Healthcare fraud and crimes related to pharmacies and prescriptions include:

  • Prescription/script fraud
  • Prescription forgery
  • Changing dosage levels in a prescription
  • Pharmacy errors in billing
  • Pharmacy misfill of controlled substances
  • Unnecessary prescriptions
  • Fraudulent prescriptions
  • Impersonating a pharmacist/physician
  • Stealing blank prescription pads
  • Pharmacy Audits

If your pharmacy is facing an audit for healthcare or medical billing fraud, we can do an internal review first in order to make sure there are no major omissions. By being prepared, we can help stop an investigation before it turns into more serious criminal consequences.

Free Initial Consultation — Call Toll Free 866-970-0783 — Nearly 50 Years of Experience

We have the necessary skills, knowledge, and resources to achieve the best possible outcome in your case. To discuss your situation with a seasoned criminal defense lawyer with nearly five decades of experience, contact us today. You can rest assured that we’ll be in your corner.