Driving Under the Influence of Drugs
If you have an ailment, syndrome, disorder – insomnia, depression, anxiety, pain, etc. – there’s a prescription drug for that. In today’s culture, recreational drug use is increasing. It’s no surprise, DUIs involving prescription drugs and/or narcotics are also on the rise.
Driving under the influence may be a DWI without having consumed any alcohol. As Alberta Law considers any drug a narcotic, drug-induced DUIs are at the highest level of impaired driving offences. If you’ve been charged with a non-alcohol related DUI, contact Greg Dunn, an impaired driving lawyer that can determine your next course of action – 1-587-315-0666.
Prescription Drugs Associated With a DUI
Recreational Drugs Associated With a DUI
- Marijuana (weed)
Exhibited Behaviours of Drugs
- Slurred Speech
- Altered Pupils
- Decreased Motor Function
- Changes in Breathing
Don’t Navigate Alberta’s Judicial System Alone!
Greg Dunn knows how to examine evidence for mistakes and/or technical flaws. Should the medications be legally prescribed, your trusted impaired driving lawyer will reiterate your prescription to the Crown – relentlessly demonstrating the narcotic was taken at the prescribed, therapeutic level.
Being charged with a drug DWI is a stressful, baffling legal battle, don’t face it alone. Contact your driving while at Greg Dunn today – 1-587-315-0666.