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Providing Experienced Criminal Defense For Adderall Drug Charges

A lot of criminal drug charges arise from the misuse of regularly prescribed drugs. Adderall is a common prescription drug that is regularly misused. At Hildreth & Rueda, our criminal defense attorneys defend clients in Central Texas who face drug accusations and criminal charges for illegal use, possession and intent to distribute controlled substances, including Adderall. If you or someone you love, including your student at the University of Texas at Austin, is facing Adderall charges in Austin, our attorneys have the experience to defend your rights and freedom.

What Is Adderall?

Adderall is a prescription drug that is commonly used and prescribed to tread attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) in children and students that exhibit signs of hyperactivity and an inability to focus. Adderall is an amphetamine and is classified as a stimulant. When properly used, it helps you better be able to focus your attention, can increase your ability to pay attention and can control behavioral problems in hyperactive children.

Common Illegal Uses Of Adderall

All of Adderall’s benefits – especially its ability to help focus your attention and stay alert longer – make it a common illegal drug on college campuses. Students often use Adderall as a study drug because it helps them stay focused and attentive while writing papers or studying for exams. Adderall is also used to improve memory. However, any use of a controlled substance or prescription drug without a prescription makes it illegal for common usage.

Signs Of Adderall Addiction

Teens and young adults can easily become addicted to Adderall, especially if it is being used without a doctor’s approval and prescription. Symptoms can include physical and psychological symptoms, such as:

  • Excessive talking and racing thoughts
  • Panic, anxiety and excessive nervousness
  • Feelings of grandeur and invincibility

Another sign that someone has an Adderall addiction is if they modify Adderall’s pill format by crushing it to make it easy to snort, speeding up the drug’s effectiveness. Someone who becomes obsessed about finding the drug and worried about the idea of not having it available can also be a sign of addiction.

Your Austin Attorneys Defend Against Adderall Charges

Even though Adderall is a commonly prescribed drug, criminal charges for its illegal use should be taken seriously. Our criminal defense attorneys regularly defend clients who are accused of drug crimes. We also regularly defend college students at the University of Texas at Austin and other colleges who are facing criminal drug possession and distribution charges.

Caught With Adderall? Call A Drug Defense Lawyer Today.

Beyond the possible legal consequences, any drug charge on your record can lead to serious implications for your future. Call our office at 512-415-7648 or send an email through our website to schedule a free consultation appointment today.