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Defense Against Prescription Drug Charges Across The Mid-South

Are you facing charges in Tennessee, Arkansas or Mississippi for illegal possession, sale or distribution of prescription drugs? You can trust the expertise and experience of a law firm that has successfully defended people in your position for more than 60 years. We are The Law Office of Massey McClusky Fuchs & Ballenger in Memphis.

We will investigate to get to the bottom of the serious drug charges against you. We will bring our findings to state or federal court and do everything we can to help you avoid harsh penalties such as jail time, substantial fines, a criminal record, loss of your job and damage to your reputation.

Do not plead guilty to prescription drug fraud or prescription forgery charges. Our skilled defense attorneys can aggressively protect your rights, in negotiations with prosecutors or at trial. Make the most of your one chance to select the representation that is right for you.

Contact The Law Office of Massey McClusky Fuchs & Ballenger today for a free consultation at 901-910-1638. Your email, fax or overnight message will be responded to promptly.

Defending Your Constitutional Rights

Skilled defense attorney William D. Massey will protect your rights when you are arrested on suspicion of illegally obtaining or possessing prescription drugs. We resolve cases involving:

  • Hydrocodone
  • OxyContin
  • Percocet
  • Xanax
  • Valium
  • Adderall
  • Ritalin

Do you suspect that your arrest was the result of illegal search and seizure by law enforcement? Were you victimized by entrapment or a coerced confession? Were you the victim of asset forfeiture? We can help.

Come to The Law Office of Massey McClusky Fuchs & Ballenger in Memphis for the quality, experienced defense representation you need and the attentive personal service you deserve. We know how to get results.

Contact Our Lawyers About Your Case

Your initial consultation with us is free. If you reach us from a police station or jail, we can arrange to meet with you there. Call 901-910-1638 or send our Memphis office an email.