Facing a DUI in Maricopa County while taking a Prescribed medication?
If you are charged with being “impaired to the slightest degree” in Maricopa County you could face jail time, fines, license suspension and a year of dealing with the IID (ignition interlock) on your vehicle.
Did you know you are always charged twice for a DUI?What few people know is that when you are arrested for DUI in Phoenix, Arizona, you will always face two charges.
- The first charge is the result of being over the legal limit of a .08 BAC (Blood Alcohol Content)
- The second charge falls under Arizona Revised Statute 28-1381(a)(1). The statute states that you can be charged with driving or being in actual physical control of a vehicle while under the influence of an intoxicating substance and "impaired to the slightest degree."
DUI defense for impaired to the slightest degree
- Your physician gave you the ok to drive while taking the medication
- There was only a therapeutic amount of the prescription medication in your system
- You did not display signs of driving erratically
- You have a prescription for the medication or pills
- You have acquired tolerance levels while using the medication
- Instead of a blood draw, the Police only took a urine sample
Personal legal representationIf you have been charged with a DUI while taking prescription medication, contact the Law Office of Aaron Black or call to set up a free consultation today at 480-729-1683.
I represent each of my clients personally and will never recommend a guilty plea unless there is a substantial benefit to my clients that could not have been gained in any other way.