Many law-abiding people have been shocked and dismayed to be arrested on suspicion of drunk driving when in fact, their driving skills were impaired or might have been impaired by consumption of over-the-counter or legally prescribed medications. Whether the drugs involved are legal or illegal, prescribed or purchasable over the counter, the presence of certain substances in your body can hamper your driving abilities — and can result in a DWI arrest.
A DWI arrest is a jarring event with repercussions that may last for years. Whether a bad decision brought you to this point or you were wrongfully arrested, it doesn't matter; decisive action is necessary. Today, you have an opportunity to a decision that may save you months in prison, thousands of dollars and a permanent criminal record. Choose an attorney who has a track record of favorable outcomes, who knows the law and who is ready to defend you before a judge and jury after a drug-related DWI arrest.
Arrested in Texas? Drug Related DWI? Lawyer Jed Silverman Can Aggressively Defend You
In some cases, a person who is intoxicated by ingestion of a drug did not know about the effects of the medication or did not know that drugs had been administered to them. When the drug consumption was not voluntary, this may be strong enough evidence to get drunk driving charges dismissed.
This is but one example of the type of creative, aggressive criminal defense conducted by Houston drug DWI lawyer Jed Silverman of the Law Offices of Jed Silverman. Mr. Silverman is, in fact, one of very few lawyers to successfully defend clients in drug-related cases by convincing a judge that the drug consumption had been involuntary.
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If you have been arrested on charges of drug-related drunk driving, the Law Offices of Jed Silverman can stand up for your rights. Contact us today online or by telephone at (713) 226-8800. We are conveniently located in the Historic Heights neighborhood with free parking available. We offer free initial consultations 24 hours a day, seven days a week.Click Here For A Free Case Evaluation