Possibly. For example, a person might argue that they didn’t feel the effects of the drug (such as marijuana) so their driving wasn’t impaired and they shouldn’t be charged with a DUI for drugs in Phoenix, AZ. If this is the case, the prosecution will generally try to provide the court with evidence that THC was in fact still in the person’s system, regardless of whether or not they felt it. When it comes to defending a DUI for marijuana in Phoenix or any other type of drug you need someone with experience on your side. Preparing a proper defense can be a complicated and difficult matter but a JacksonWhite DUI attorney can help to ease the process.
While a DUI can be a frightening experience, you don’t have to stand alone. If you need assistance with any type of DUI charge – whether it be a DUI drug charge, DUI for drunk driving, aggravated DUI or extreme DUI - contact the criminal defense law firm of JacksonWhite. Our knowledgeable DUI attorney, Jeremy Geigle can assess your case during a free DUI consultation and answer any questions or concerns you may have. To reach Jeremy directly, call (480) 818-9943.