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Category: Prescription Pills & Opioids

Florida House Bill 477 Targets Opioid Abuse in Florida

Written by Moses & Rooth Attorneys at Law on October 27, 2017

The State of Florida is ramping up it’s fight against opioid addiction. Earlier this year, Governor Scott declared a statewide public health emergency against opioid abuse. More recently, Governor Scott signed a new Florida law, House Bill 477, which will impose…Read More

Real Drugs, Real Penalties!

Written by Moses & Rooth on July 18, 2015
Prescription Drug Laws

Prescription Drugs In Florida

People often erroneously believe that just because prescription drugs are lawfully prescribed to people that necessarily implies that they cannot be harmful. Not only is taking prescription drugs that are not prescribed to you dangerous, it is also illegal. People who either are lawfully prescribed drugs that…Read More

Prescription pills supply is low so Krokodil is moving to Orlando

Written by Moses & Rooth on October 16, 2013

Krokodil (pronounced like crocodile) has certainly hit the streets of the United State and spreading to Orlando. Even as a criminal attorney for over 10 years, I was surprised to hear about this drug and the dangers associated with it. However, Krokodil is hitting the streets and spreading across the…Read More

Warrants issued for Prescription Pills Trafficking Ring

Written by Moses & Rooth on March 14, 2012

Law enforcement agencies across Central Florida are continuing their attack on the illegal possession of prescription pills and sale of prescription drugs. Over the past several months law enforcement agencies including the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) and Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE) have added more officers, detectives and…Read More

CVS Decision Impacts More Than Just Florida Doctors

Written by Moses & Rooth on March 2, 2012

In an unprecedented act, a national pharmacy chain has informed a small number of Florida doctors, including a few in Orlando, that any prescriptions written for certain pain killing drugs (Schedule II narcotics) will not be filled by the pharmacy.

In late 2011, CVS/pharmacy sent an unsigned letter to these doctors…Read More