Have You Been Charged With DUI Drugs Or Drugged Driving?

In Georgia, a person is considered to be driving under the influence if he or she is impaired by any drug, including prescription drugs they are using legally. When it comes to illegal drugs, Georgia has a zero tolerance policy. A person with any amount of marijuana, cocaine, heroin, methamphetamine or another illegal drug in their system is also guilty of DUI.

In Georgia, a person is considered to be driving under the influence if he or she is impaired by any drug, including prescription drugs they are using legally. When it comes to illegal drugs, Georgia has a zero tolerance policy. A person with any amount of marijuana, cocaine, heroin, methamphetamine or another illegal drug in their system is also guilty of DUI.

Remember, the fact that you have a prescription for OxyContin, Valium, Ambien, Percocet or any other prescription drug may not be a defense against DUI drugs. The law is concerned with whether or not the drug makes you incapable of driving safely. Nonetheless, there are proven DUI defense strategies we can use on your behalf to defend you against these charges.

Defense attorney Philip Kim will explore all viable defense strategies, including challenging the validity of the stop, the arrest, blood tests and other elements of police procedure. If your constitutional rights were violated at any point in the arrest or prosecution, evidence could be deemed inadmissible in court.

Talk To A Knowledgeable Lawyer First

Before talking to police, consult with a criminal defense attorney who can help you understand your rights and the charges against you. Contact us online or by telephone at (678) 273-3500 to arrange your free initial consultation.

First Move = Talk To A Defense Lawyer

From our law offices in Lawrenceville, our founding attorney Philip Kim defends those accused of misdemeanor to felony-level criminal offenses across Gwinnett County. He and his experienced team can defend you or a loved one against drunk driving allegations, traffic offenses or more severe drug charges, sexual misconduct accusations and crimes of violence.

Philip Kim Law, P.C.

260 Constitution Blvd. Lawrenceville, GA 30046

Fax: (678) 273-3501