DUI With Drugs in Gilbert

Call Our Phoenix DUI Attorney Today For Tough Defense

If you’ve been arrested for driving under the influence of drugs,
you need to take quick action to protect your future. In Arizona, the
prosecution doesn’t need to prove that drugs impaired your ability
to drive – they only need to prove that drugs were in your system
while you were driving.

At McPhie Law, our
Phoenix DUI lawyer is a highly experienced former prosecutor with more than 1000 cases under
his belt. Attorney Ryan McPhie has appeared in every court in the East
Valley, and has an intimate understanding of the rules, policies, and
procedures of each one.

Let us put our inside knowledge to work for you – call 480-400-5555 today.

Have a Prescription? You Can Still Be Charged.

There are actually two statues in Arizona that deal with driving under
the influence of drugs:

  • First, you may be arrested if a police officer believes you are impaired
    from virtually any substance – this not only includes alcohol and
    illegal drugs, but also prescription medication.
  • However, you don’t actually need to be impaired to be charged with
    a drugged-driving offense. Arizona state law also makes it illegal to
    drive with virtually any drug metabolites in your system, unless you have
    a valid prescription. Metabolites are essentially what’s left over
    when your liver breaks down a substance – for some drugs like marijuana,
    the metabolites can stay in your system for weeks after use.

Have you been arrested in Arizona?
Contact our firm today to learn how we can help you.

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Although the DUI laws in Arizona are extremely harsh, you are not out of
options if you’ve been charged. Even if the case against you is
strong, a skilled Phoenix Arizona DUI attorney may be able to help you obtain
a reduced sentence – in some cases, they may be able to get the
charges dropped entirely.

Every case is unique, and you should never trust “one-size-fits-all”
legal advice when your future is at stake. When you schedule a free consultation
with McPhie Law, we’ll take the time to learn about you and your
unique situation. When you retain our firm, we’ll fight tirelessly
to get you the best possible outcome in your case.

It’s important to act quickly –
schedule your free consultation now.