Driving under the influence of drugs is just as – if not more – dangerous than driving under the influence of alcohol. And both offenses can land you in jail with a charge for operating a vehicle while intoxicated.
Unlike an alcohol OWI charge, a drug charge doesn’t require a blood test. If the drug impaired you at all, you can be charged with an OWI. For hard drugs like cocaine and heroin, the state has a zero-tolerance policy and does not have to prove impairment.
Contact Kolehouse Law Office as soon as possible to go over the details of your case with an experienced OWI attorney.
Getting an OWI for drugged driving can come with hefty fines and serious consequences. These include: