Driving under the influence of drugs in Alpharetta, GA.

It is estimated that 450,000 people are injured annually and 4,000 people are killed annually as a result of crashes caused by drug use.
Illegal drugs and certain prescription drugs cause impaired driving.  Prescription medications can have side effects that slow reflexes and cause drowsiness and blurred vision.
Always check with your doctor and your pharmacist about the side effects of the medication you're taking and ask if it will affect your driving abilities.

If you have questions about drugs or prescription medications taken while driving, contact the traffic ticket defense attorney Scott Miller in Alpharetta Georgia for a free consultation. 770-408-1001

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