Hydrocodone DUI Georgia
Hydrocodone is sold under a number of brand names and is most often prescribed to treat pain and coughs. It is in the opiate agonists drug class and, because of its high potential for abuse, is classified by the government as a Schedule 2 drug. It is known to impair physical coordination and mental alertness; therefore, it shouldn’t be taken before driving or operating heavy machinery. Taking it with alcohol can intensify the side effects.
There is no legal limit for the amount of hydrocodone that you can have in your system, which means you could be convicted if the prosecution proves that drug use contributed to your dangerous driving. Because the stakes are so high, you need a lawyer who can help win your case or have your DUI Drug charges reduced.
The penalties for a Georgia conviction include serving jail time and probation, paying large fines and court costs, and performing community service. For a first offense, your driver’s license may be suspended by the Department of Driver Services (DDS) for up to one year. Your conviction will also be reported on your criminal record, potentially affecting employment and education opportunities.
One of the top DUI Drug defense law firms in the state, Head, Thomas, Webb and Willis understands the emotions and stress that come with a charge. Our lawyers can travel to any location in Georgia to help you, and we always have a lawyer on-call to answer our 24-hour phone number.
For a FREE consultation on your pending hydrocodone DUI charges, please submit your contact information via our online form or call us right now. Clients receive a FREE license appeal letter to avoid an immediate license suspension by the DDS as well as a copy of The DUI Book, which explains your charges and the legal process.
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