Alcohol and Drug Related Driving Offenses
Driving while under the influence of alcohol or controlled substances, including prescription drugs, may result in criminal charges. These charges can impact your ability to drive and your insurance rates along with the penalties assessed by the Court. It is critical that you hire an attorney experienced in the area of drunk or drugged driving to represent you. If the police officer indicated on your paperwork that you refused to take a PBT or refused to cooperate in taking either a breath or blood test, you only have 14 days to request an administrative hearing at the Secretary of State to avoid losing your driver’s license. We will move quickly to protect your rights but you must contact our office immediately.