Oxycodone Charges

Oxycodone Bottle

Oxycodone is a pain-relieving narcotic.  Generic Oxycodone is one of the most commonly abused prescription drugs in Kentucky and the nation, largely because of its addictive properties.

Louisville lawyer William M. Butler defends people accused of crimes involving Oxycodone in state and federal courts. He has more than 28 years of criminal defense experience, and represents everyone from street-level users to medical professionals. If you are accused of any offense related to Oxycodone, call Mr. Butler immediately at 502-582-2020, or contact him via email for your initial confidential consultation. He has successfully defended thousands of clients, and has compiled an impressive record of positive results, he can help you too. Please see his Case Results and Testimonials.

Understanding What You Face

In Kentucky, such drugs are considered controlled substances, and it is a felony to possess them.  Oxycodone is a Schedule II drug. It is illegal to possess Oxycodone without a prescription.  Possession is a felony in state court in Kentucky and in federal court throughout the country.

How a Criminal Defense Attorney Can Assist Your Case

If you have been accused of possessing or trafficking in Oxycodone, experienced Criminal Defense Attorney William M. Butler Jr, can help you. Many people are addicted to Oxycodone, and criminal punishment does nothing to help. William Butler often seeks alternatives to prison, such as treatment programs, that are designed to help deal with the underlying addiction issues rather than simply punish the behavior. He also defends clients against charges related to the drug crime such as conspiracy, money laundering and other offenses.

Secure Legal Counsel

If you are accused of a crime related to Oxycodone or other prescription drugs in Louisville, Lexington or elsewhere in Kentucky, call defense lawyer William Butler at 502-582-2020, or contact him via email to arrange your initial confidential consultation.

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