Consider Hiring a Phoenix Lawyer After a Prescription Drug DUI
Even legal drugs that have been prescribed by your doctor can impair your ability to drive. Unfortunately, even though many medications include warning labels, it can be difficult to predict a drug’s effect on your driving ability – especially if it is something you haven’t taken before or if there is a drug interaction with another medication you take. Many drivers are surprised to learn that they can be arrested for a DUI in Arizona after taking legally prescribed drugs – and even some medications that are available over the counter.
Fight a Prescription Drug DUI Arrest with Your Phoenix Lawyers
When you are arrested for a legal drug DUI in Arizona, our Phoenix DUI defense lawyers can help you in a number of ways. Even if your blood or urine tests positive for an impairing prescription drug, it can be very difficult to prove that your driving was impaired because of that legally prescribed drug. Additionally, a skilled Mesa DUI lawyer can review your case and look for other potential causes of seemingly impaired driving and determine if there is real evidence that your driving was, in fact, impaired.
If you have been arrested for a prescription drug DUI in Mesa, Phoenix, Scottsdale, Tempe, or surrounding areas, call us today at 1-888-929-5292 to schedule a completely free legal consultation to learn more about your rights. Our experienced Mesa DUI lawyers will evaluate your case, explain your options, and help you decide if you need our expert legal representation in your specific situation.
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