Champions for
the Underdogs.

Time-Tested Defense Against Prescription Drug Charges

Drug charges don’t always involve street drugs like heroin, meth and cocaine. Increasingly, men and women of all backgrounds find themselves behind bars for illegally possessing (or selling) prescription medications. The black market for narcotics, opiates and other controlled substances is thriving across Wisconsin.

Many people facing these charges don’t fit the stereotype of the “average” drug dealer or abuser. For some, what started as a lawful prescription escalated into physical dependency and, from there, into an avalanche of legal consequences.

Regardless of the story that led you to these charges or the exact drugs involved, the potential consequences of any type of drug charge can be severe.

The Trial Experience You Need To Fight The Charges

At Nicholson Goetz & Otis, S.C., we will handle your case with the seriousness it deserves. Our criminal defense attorneys share a singular mission: to stand up for the rights of the accused. Our outstanding reputation as successful trial lawyers — backed by a strong record of winning results — demonstrates that we have what it takes to prevail in even the toughest cases.
As successful litigators, we won’t shy away from challenging the prosecution at trial. We know how to connect with juries and present a compelling case. In short, we won’t hesitate to put up a fight and prepare a compelling defense through each stage of the proceedings, from pretrial hearings through closing arguments.
We understand what’s at stake.

Defending Against All Types Of Serious Drug Charges

Turn to us for experienced legal advocacy with any type of felony drug charges across the Madison area. In addition to defense against “street drug” crimes involving heroin, cocaine, methamphetamine and the like, we handle cases involving opiates and narcotics such as:
  • Morphine
  • Methadone
  • Vicodin
  • Oxycodone
  • Opana (oxymorphone)
  • Codeine
  • Ambien
  • Adderall
  • Ritalin
  • Xanax
  • “Roofies”

Arrange a confidential consultation to discuss your rights, options and next steps. Get started by calling 608-471-5003 or sending us an email.