Many people are completely unaware of the fact that they can be arrested
and charged with DUI in our state, even if they only took prescription
drugs or over-the-counter medications. Driving a vehicle or being in control
of a motor vehicle while you are
under the influence of any drug is illegal. If you have been arrested for driving under the influence
of a prescription drug and it can be proven that the prescription drug
is what made it unsafe for you to operate your vehicle, you will be charged with DUI.
There is a much greater chance that you will be able to successfully fight
the charges you face if you have a Savannah DUI attorney on your side.
The attorneys here at The Schneider Law Firm are firm advocates for the
rights of those individuals accused of or charged with
DUI. Our lead attorney is a former prosecutor, and esteemed member of The
National Trial Lawyers: Top 100 Trial Lawyers, who has established such
a strong reputation for defending our clients' rights that many people
simply refer to him as the "DUI Daddy."
We understand the devastation that can be caused when an individual is
charged with DUI, particularly in cases where the only drugs or alcohol
the individual consumed were prescription drugs as dispensed at the direction
of his or her physician. Our law firm represents clients regardless of
whether they have
multiple DUI arrests or it their first run-in with the law. If the officer who arrested you
did not have probable cause to do so, your breath & blood test results
were faulty due to improperly calibrated equipment or administrator errors,
or there were any other extenuating circumstances that resulted in your
arrest, we will stop at nothing to get the charges against you dismissed.
With our attorneys fighting on your behalf, you can rest assured we will
do everything possible to see that you get a fair trial. We will also
work diligently to challenge and discredit the evidence presented against
you. To find out more about what we can do to help you preserve your freedom,
contact our firm at once.