Zoloft DUI Georgia
Zoloft is the brand name for sertraline, which is in the selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRI) drug class. Though available only by prescription, it is not a controlled drug. It is often prescribed to treat depression, panic disorder, anxiety, obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD), premenstrual dysphoric disorder (PMDD), and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Taking Zoloft with other medications could intensify its effects.
The punishment for a Zoloft DUI conviction is the same as for alcohoI. Incarceration, probation, fines, community service, and a driver’s license suspension are all potential penalties. With a DUI conviction on your driving record, your insurance premiums could significantly increase. With a drug conviction on your criminal record, your current employment and future employment opportunities may be negatively affected.
During a drinking and driving case, the prosecution can use your blood alcohol content (BAC) as evidence against you. During a drinking and driving case, however, the prosecutor will more than likely have to rely on the arresting officer’s testimony. The officer may cite your driving, behavior, and appearance as evidence of impaired driving. Your defense attorney can challenge the officer’s allegations that you were under the influence of prescriptions drugs.
Don’t face a drunk driving charge on your own. The DUI lawyers at Head, Thomas, Webb and Willis are available 24 hours a day to offer free advice on your case. We represent clients throughout the state and offer affordable fees and payment plans. Major credit cards are also accepted.
Submit your case information online today to schedule a FREE, no-obligation case evaluation. Don’t delay—you have only 10 days to submit a hearing request to the Department of Driver Services (DDS). We provide this service for FREE to our clients, as well as a copy of The DUI Book.
Fill Out a Free Online Case Evaluation Immediately!
Payment Plans Available