Wellbutrin DUI Georgia
Wellbutrin is one of the brand names for bupropion, an antidepressant medication. Physicians often prescribe it to treat depression and seasonal affective disorder. While it's is not a controlled substance, it is available by prescription only. Alcohol and MAOI medications could cause serious side effects when taken with Wellbutrin.
If you are found guilty of a DUI offense involving this medication, the judge may sentence you to pay court costs and fines, perform community service, and even serve jail time. You may be ordered to 12 months of probation, during which you must abide by all of the terms and conditions. The Department of Driver Services (DDS) can suspend your license for a lengthy period of time, and your auto insurer may significantly increase your insurance rates.
Long after you complete the sentence for a Wellbutrin DUI conviction, you will be saddled with a permanent criminal record. That’s right; a conviction cannot be removed once it’s on your record.
If you are facing a DUI charge after taking Wellbutrin, contact our attorneys. They have taken the Drug Recognition Expert (DRE) overview course, the same course that Georgia law enforcement agents take. Because we know the only evidence that the prosecution has against you is the officer’s testimony, we will analyze every part of your case, including videotape evidence, to prepare a strong defense against the accusations of impaired driving.
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