Many people equate DUI with alcohol, but any substance that causes impairment can trigger a DUI arrest. In recent years, we have seen an increase in charges that cite impairment due to prescription medication. If you have been charged or arrested for DUI or DWI, do not hesitate to contact our firm immediately for a free consultation.
Our Glendale medication DUI defense lawyers at The Law Offices of John Phebus have extensive experience defending clients in a wide range of situations. We understand the devastating consequences that can follow a criminal conviction. Depending on the severity of the offense, individuals can face fines, jail time, loss of driving privileges and community service — not to mention increased insurance premiums. It is our goal to minimize these consequences by getting your charge reduced or dismissed through negotiations with the prosecutor’s office.
Peoria DUI Drugs Charge Lawyers
Nearly all prescription medication contains some sort of adverse side effect, and it is always good advice to get used to the medication to see how it might affect your perception and judgment. Unfortunately, many individuals must take medication and drive to work, school, child care or daily errands. It is not uncommon that these medications might diminish reflexes or cause problems in perception.
Common medications that are often tied to DUI include the following:
If you have been arrested or charged with DUI, it is crucial that you contact a Glendale DUI attorney as soon as possible. We will thoroughly prepare your case and aggressively fight to minimize your consequences upon conviction. Trust us to diligently fight from start to finish.
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If you have questions regarding DUI defense, schedule a free consultation at The Law Offices of John Phebus. Our Glendale and Peoria-based firm can be reached by calling 623-847-7117 or by completing our online contact form. Our office hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday. Evening and weekend appointments are available based on the needs of our clients.