Texas Attorney For Accusations Of Improper Prescription And Dispensing Of Narcotics

Texas Medical License Defense Attorneys

The Texas State Board of Pharmacy treats all allegations of pharmacist misconduct seriously, but perhaps none more so than accusations of improper issuance and distribution of narcotics. Due to an increased effort to shut down "pill mills" and other illicit operations involving prescription drugs, the Board zealously investigates these matters. Unfortunately, this effort often puts pharmacists, especially those in rural areas or those who operate smaller pharmacies, under unduly, burdensome scrutiny.

Those faced with allegations of improperly issuing narcotics should not hesitate to obtain experienced legal counsel — the State Board could not only impose a fine and issue a public reprimand, but also suspend or even revoke your professional license. If this happens, you will be unable to earn a living in the profession to which you have dedicated years of your life.

Pharmacist License Defense Throughout Texas

At The Law Offices of Alejandro Mora, PLLC, those who have their livelihood on the line because of narcotics-related allegations find a trusted advocate who will fight tirelessly to protect their interests. Any proposed Board order is completely negotiable, so you have many options — our Texas medical license defense lawyer can help you explore all of those options and understand how each course of action will impact your future. It is important to contact us as soon as you receive an order, as many of the best options are time-sensitive and are not available to you later in the disciplinary process.

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Advocacy That Will Defend Your Career Under Investigation

Attorney Mora has helped many pharmacists — those formally under investigation, those who believe they will soon be targeted by an investigation, and those who have signed an order from the Board — build powerful cases to show that their actions were proper and that their licenses should not be suspended or revoked.

Our Texas medical license attorney draws on his understanding of the Texas Pharmacy Act and the Texas Occupations Code to craft proactive defenses in situations that allege the improper issuance of narcotics such as:

  • Codeine
  • Morphine
  • Tramadol
  • Fentanyl
  • Oxycodone
  • Hydrocodone

Whether these or other narcotics are part of the investigation, attorney Alejandro Mora provides honest advice and straightforward strategies designed to protect your livelihood and preserve the good reputation that you have worked hard to establish.

Call 512-937-1128 or contact us by email to discuss improper prescription and licensing of narcotics with attorney Alejandro Mora.