Prozac DUI Georgia
Most people have heard of Prozac. It is the brand name for fluoxetine, a selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor (SSRI) used to treat depression, obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), anxiety, panic disorders, eating disorders, and premenstrual dysphoric disorder (PMDD). When it's taken with alcohol or certain medications, side effects can be increased, affecting cognitive and physical abilities.
While there is a legal limit for alcohol, one does not exist for drugs. This means that if you have any amount of medication in your system, you could be charged with DUI if you were unable to drive safely. To determine if you have any drugs in your system, the officer may ask you to submit to a urine or blood test.
The penalties for a Prozac drunk driving conviction in Georgia are quite serious and include community service, large fines, probation, and even incarceration. Your insurance rates may be increased once your insurer learns about your DUI, and your license could be suspended for up to one year for a first offense. Your conviction will be reported on your criminal record, which is accessible by third parties. Unfortunately, they cannot be erased once on your record.
If you are facing driving under the influence charges, please contact the lawyers at Head, Thomas, Webb and Willis. We understand how frustrating it is to face criminal charges for simply following doctor’s orders. Available to travel anywhere in the state, our lawyers offer fees that are affordable, and we can set up payment plans if necessary.
Let one of the top DUI Drug attorneys in Georgia fight your charges. Please fill out our online case evaluation form or call our 24-hour number right now for a FREE consultation on your Prozac related case. We can also prepare a license appeal letter and provide you with a copy of The DUI Book for FREE.
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