Driving while under the influence of drugs or a combination of alcohol and drugs is a very serious allegation. Drug related DUIs can involve any type of illegal or legal drug. Despite the recent passage of Amendment 64, it is not legal to drive under the influence of marijuana. Driving under the influence of prescription drugs is also illegal. Simply having a doctor's prescription is not an adequate defense to DUI.
It is important to retain the services of an experienced lawyer who will strive to achieve a favorable result to a difficult situation. At the Law Offices of Robert E. Ray, our lawyers will do just that. Attorney Robert E. Ray has defended people against all types of DUI charges, including drug related DUIs, since he founded his firm in 1975.
Developing A Strong Defense To Drug Related DUI's & Drug Charges
Unlike DUI cases involving alcohol, there are no breath tests in DUI cases involving drugs. Instead, the police rely heavily on their observations of the driver and his or her driving patterns to establish intoxication. The police may also rely on urine or blood tests to determine the quantity of drugs in the defendant's system. Unlike DUI charges involving alcohol, however, there is no established standard upon which someone may be found guilty.
Our law firm will dispute every part of the state's case. We can challenge the arresting officer's account of events. If there are urine or blood test results, we work with independent testers who can review the test sample and test for its accuracy. Our Greeley drug related DUI attorneys understand the many different legal issues involved in these types of cases and prepare the best possible strategy in your case.
Contact The Law Offices Of Robert E. Ray
Based in Greeley, we serve clients across Northern Colorado. Please complete our online contact form or call 970-351-6083 to discuss your situation. For our clients' convenience, we are available on evenings and weekends by appointment. We also have a Spanish interpreter on staff.