"Excessive Prescribing of Drugs" Business & Professions Code 725(b) B&P
If found guilty of the crime of "Excessive Prescribing of Drugs" or California Business & Professions Code 725(b) B&P, the defendant shall be punished by a fine and/or imprisonment for not less than 60 days and not more than 180 days.
In addition to the penalties listed above, criminal conviction in general can carry other consequences such as Immigration consequences, fines, probation terms, loss of employment and/or professional licensing, civil lawsuits, and more.
There are many defenses that may be applied by a criminal defense attorney to rebut the criminal charge of 725(b) B&P. It is important that if you are charged with a violation of California Business & Professions Code 725(b) that you contact a criminal defense attorney immediately.
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