Colorado DUI and Prescription Drugs Attorney
Driving while under the influence of prescription drugs can lead to a DUI arrest and possibly a conviction that will carry the same penalties as an alcohol-related DUI charge. However, unlike an alcohol-related DUI, drug DUI cases can be easier to defend because:
- Every individual has a different tolerance for prescription medication;
- There is no legal limit (like the 0.08 alcohol limit) for the amount of drugs in someone’s system that will or will not indicate impairment; therefore,
- Prosecutors trying to achieve a conviction in a drug DUI case typically can only rely on the arresting officer’s witness testimony and evidence that the driver was driving recklessly or somehow disobeying traffic laws due to alleged impairment.
The distinguished Denver DUI defense lawyers at the Adams Law Firm are:
- Adept at building the strongest possible defense to DUI charges involving prescription medications
- Firmly dedicated to aggressively defending our Clients’ rights in any necessary legal setting
- Experienced at reviewing police and toxicology reports, as well as witness statements, in order to refute the prosecution’s arguments
DUI Prescription Drug Defense Cases
Some of the arguments that the skilled DUI defense attorneys may use, depending on the circumstances of your case, include (but are not limited to):
- You were not, in fact, impaired, based on expert witness testimony from a toxicologist or drug recognition expert.
- Allegations of reckless driving may have been due to poor weather or road conditions, lack of signage or signals on the roadways and/or objects or animals in the roadways.
- Physical evidence of impairment that an officer has recorded in a police report, such as red, watery eyes, may have been caused by allergies or some other medical condition.
If you or a loved one has been charged with a prescription drug DUI, do not try to go up against an experienced prosecutor alone; contact our skilled Denver DUI defense lawyers for the best chances or resolving your case as favorably as possible. For more information about your legal rights, as well as a professional assessment of your case, email us or call us at (720) 333-9490.