Charged With Driving While Impaired by Drugs? You Need Aggressive Defense
Arizona's anti-drunk driving laws are very strict. Even if you did not drink any alcohol before driving, it can be your word against the police officer's word if he reports that you were apparently drunk. Drugs other than alcohol may be the offending element in a DUI arrest. You may not even recall when you last consumed drugs named in your arrest — but chemical testing detected traces of the drugs in your blood, according to the police.
Mesa DUI Defense Lawyer Takes On Drug-Related Cases
Contact us at Rosenstein Law Group to discuss with an attorney your best strategies moving forward after you have been arrested for driving while impaired by a substance other than alcohol.
Attorney Craig Rosenstein has a great deal of training and knowledge concerning chemical testing that the police use as evidence in a drug-related DUI case. He uses aggressive DUI defense methods to protect the legal rights of the accused. Call 480-248-7666 to schedule a free consultation. Learn about our record of success representing drivers in Mesa who were charged with DUI on the basis of drugs detected in chemical tests.
Who Will Challenge the Prosecution's Case Against You After a DUI Arrest?
Rosenstein Law Group represents drivers whose chemical tests allegedly revealed drugs such as the following in their blood streams:
- Prescription narcotics, obtained illegally or by prescription
There is no minimum percentage that is used to determine impairment of drivers who had allegedly tested positive for these and other drugs. Any trace amount — perhaps resulting from consumption long ago — may be cited as the reason for your DUI arrest in Mesa.
Contact a Mesa Drugs and DUI Attorney After Your Arrest
Our Mesa DUI defense law firm employs aggressive defense strategies such as the following in protection of our clients' rights after a drug-related DUI arrest:
- Drug-related DUI lawyer Craig Rosenstein may challenge the validity of the chemical test or field sobriety test used at the time of your arrest.
- He will explore relevant facts concerning your physical condition that were not taken into account through police testing methods.
- He may bring in expert witnesses such as private criminologists to support the challenge to police conclusions that you were driving while impaired.
- He may discover improprieties in the way your blood was drawn, or unexplained gaps in chain of custody of the sample after it was drawn.
For proven defense when drugs and DUI are connected, contact the Rosenstein Law Group. We offer a free case evaluation to discuss the facts and your best options to avoid an adverse outcome.