Illegal Possession of Prescription Drugs in Alberta

The Illegal Sale of Prescription Drugs in Calgary, Alberta

The possession of, delivery of, sale of prescription drugs is highly illegal in Alberta. Some of the narcotics included are: pain killers, muscle relaxants, anti-anxiety medications, hypnotics, etc. A narcotics crime charge is seen as extremely serious in the Province of Alberta, and depending on the circumstances surrounding your arrest, you may be charged with either a misdemeanor or a felony drug possession charge.

Common Prescription Drugs Illegally Possessed and Sold In Alberta

Used casually, sexually, socially at bars, clubs, parties, or college campuses, being caught with the following drugs (though not limited to), with or without the intent to traffic, will have detrimental, costly penalties:

  • Xanax
  • Vicodin
  • Percocet
  • Oxycontin
  • Aderall
  • Tramadol
  • Viagra
  • Cialis
  • Ambien
  • Lunesta




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Drug Possession Penalties in Calgary, Alberta

Very serious penalties accompany being convicted of possessing illegally obtained prescription drugs. Fines, attorney fees, court costs, other legal fees, and a prison sentence may be sought upon conviction.

Another drug possession penalty you may be facing is a drug diversion program. Probation, house arrest, and/or extended jail time may also be consequences of your drug trafficking charge, depending on your prior criminal record and the circumstances of your drug arrest.

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As you may know, a drug crime conviction can severely affect your future. If you have been charged with the illegal possession of prescription drugs or the illegal trafficking of prescription drugs, defend your future with your dedicated drug lawyer at Greg Dunn.

Let us fight for your rights our number one priority. Call us today at 1-587-315-0666 to start putting your drug crime defense together. Minimize your drug possession penalties quickly, call the law offices of Greg Dunn.