Can I Be Charged with a DWI If I'm Taking a Prescription Medication?

Driving under the influence of drugs includes the use of prescribed medications. Many people falsely assume that if they are prescribed a medication, then they are permitted to drive while using it. Although, if the medication impairs your ability to drive, then using it while driving is illegal and can lead to a DWI charge. If you have been charged with a DWI in New York, contact Nassau County criminal defense attorney Brian J. Griffin for a free consultation.
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