Collins, McDonald & Gann is Available to Provide Legal Counsel in Peptide and Research Chemical Cases Brought in Greenbelt, Maryland

The legal implications surrounding the sale of peptides (e.g., Ostarine, Melanotan I, Melanotan II, Growth Hormone Releasing Hormone (“CJC-1295”), Growth Hormone Releasing Peptide-6 (“GHRP-6”), GHRP-2, GHRH-RP, Myostatin Propeptide and Mechano Growth Factor) and other “research chemicals” (e.g., sildenafil, tadalafil, letrozole, anastrozole, clenbuterol, clomiphene, T3, T4 and tamoxifen) remains mired in a complex area of criminal law that is confusing to many laypersons, with many peptides and active ingredients in pharmaceutical drugs being marketed and distributed for “Research Purposes Only.”   The sale and marketing of these peptides and research chemicals is increasingly being investigated by the FDA – and more and more “research chemical” companies and their owners are finding themselves being prosecuted by the Department of Justice. Due to the location of FDA’s headquarters in Maryland, a number of these criminal cases are being brought in the Greenbelt Division of the U.S. District Court for the District of Maryland, in Greenbelt, Maryland.

With specific and nationwide criminal defense experience in the area of peptides and research chemicals, and insight into the complexity surrounding the marketing and sale of peptides and research chemicals, Collins, McDonald & Gann has been sought out to provide legal counsel in cases in Greenbelt, Maryland. Rick Collins and Marc Gann, who is licensed to practice in Maryland, are familiar with peptide and research chemical cases. Rick has written numerous articles on peptides, research chemicals and the law, and works closely with local Maryland criminal defense counsel in the defense of these cases. Collins, McDonald & Gann has successfully defended peptide and research chemical cases in numerous jurisdictions across the country, including Greenbelt, Maryland. We are thoroughly familiar with all the related legal issues.

Check back on this blog periodically. We will continue to keep you posted on any and all developments involving peptides, research chemicals and the law, as well as our defense of peptide and research chemical criminal matters in federal district courts, including Greenbelt, Maryland. If you or anyone you know could benefit from our experience in peptide law or research chemical law when facing an arrest, investigation, indictment or prosecution, please call us 24/7 at 516-294-0300 to see how we can help.