Defense For Your Drug-Related Traffic Charge
While many people consider a driving under the influence (DUI) charge to be solely related to drunk driving, a drug-related DUI, or DUI-drugs, can also hold serious consequences. Whether you face charges related to the use of a prescription drug, illegal drugs or over-the-counter medication, you could suffer severe penalties in Georgia if you are convicted.
In some instances, you might face criminal charges related to using a prescription medication for which you have developed a tolerance over an extended period of time. Blood tests showing a level of opioids in your system do not necessarily mean you were incapacitated.
We will examine all available strategies to fight your charges. With more than 19 years of experience, we know what it takes to present the strongest possible case in court.
Strategic Defense For Charges Related To Prescription Medications
Virtually every prescription has side effects. Many times, drugs react differently in different people. Regardless, use of a prescription medication does not necessarily make it illegal for you to drive.
Serving in our local courts as regularly as we do, we know what works. This helps us to secure the best possible outcome in drug-related driving offenses associated with a wide range of drugs, including:
We will also work with you in cases involving muscle relaxers, Benadryl and Adderall.
Let Us Start Building Your Defense Today
We handle a wide range of traffic offenses, including drunk driving and commercial driver’s license (CDL) defense.
If you face a DUI-drugs charge, time is of the essence. With only 30 days to request an administrative hearing, the sooner action is taken the better. Call us today at 706-290-9037. You may also email us to schedule your free initial consultation. Se habla Español.