Understanding Opioid Crimes And Their Causes
Opiate use in the United States is skyrocketing, and the local, state and federal response has more often than not been lacking. Rather than providing rehabilitation and other methods of addiction treatment, opioid users are often facing punitive measures. As such, rather than actively seeking treatment, many individuals are resorting to illegal activities in order to obtain cash and resources to continue their addiction.
At The Rudman Law Group, we are advocates for those with addiction and mental illness. We take a comprehensive approach to assisting those accused of opioid crimes relating from opioid abuse. We start from the ground up: By seeking treatment, alternative sentencing and other options that will allow the accused to regain a semblance of a normal, drug-free life.
Tough And Complete Representation
We represent individuals who have been accused of:
- Possession with intent to sell
- Sale and distribution of narcotics
- Federal drug charges
- Drug trafficking
- Theft and property crimes, including burglary, grand theft, shoplifting and more
- Prescription fraud
- Driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs
- Violent crimes
The state and federal governments enact tough penalties against those accused of drug-related crimes, but too often forego providing the opportunity for treatment.
With The Rudman Law Group — advocates for those with addiction and mental illness — we connect those accused and their loved ones with an experienced group of attorneys, including Douglas J. Rudman, a former prosecutor who has built a reputation on his aggressive criminal defense work. We work with community figures, addiction experts and religious leaders to craft plans that attempt to tackle the root of the problem: addiction.
Our lawyers work with therapists and families in crisis to create lasting solutions and smart strategies aimed at a long-term resolution, not just a quick fix.
Contact Us Today To Begin The Process
From our Boca Raton office, we represent clients throughout Florida and the south. If you or a loved one is facing serious criminal charges relating to opiate abuse, give us a call at 561-367-2542, or use the contact form.