Most people immediately associate a DUI charge with the use of alcohol. It is true, since most DUI cases involve someone allegedly driving a vehicle after having too much to drink. However, the Rosenstein Law Group has stayed at the forefront of one of the fastest growing DUI defense areas — prescription drug DUIs. In fact, our firm has helped clients in extremely complex cases where a person was charged with DUI for taking his or her own prescription medication.
Significant Prescription Drug DUI Defense Experience on Your Side
Common arguments made by state prosecutors include that a person was not taking the drugs as prescribed by his or her doctor or is knowingly abusing his or her prescription. We know the tricks prosecutors will use against you. We will aggressively fight back to protect your rights and ensure you obtain the best outcome possible.
Please schedule your free consultation with our Scottsdale DUI defense lawyers by calling 480-248-7666 today.
Were You Arrested After Taking Any of These Prescriptions?
Most people take prescribed medications at some point in their lives, and each drug will affect each person differently. If you are reading this page, you or a loved one might have been arrested after taking:
- Sleeping pills (the effects from the night before can linger until morning)
- Hydrocodone (commonly known as Vicodin)
- Percocet or OxyContin
- Benzodiazepines (Valium, Ativan, Paxil, etc.)
- Xanax (especially if mixed with alcohol)
- Medical marijuana
Prescription drug DUIs are different from standard alcohol-related DUIs. This is why it is important to trust your case to an attorney who is well-versed in this complex area of the law. We know how to obtain the information necessary to achieve a dismissal or a reduction in our clients' charges, as well as share only the information necessary with the state prosecutors. We will work with your doctor or other medical experts, when necessary, to help you put your case in the rear view mirror so you can move on with your life.
Contact an Arizona Prescription Drug DUI Defense Lawyer
We invite you to schedule a free, confidential consultation today. You may call our law office at 480-248-7666, or you may contact us online to take the first step in defending yourself against DUI charges in Arizona.