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Prescription medicine and DUI charges

In Georgia, driving under the influence of a drug that affects your ability to drive safely can serve as grounds for DUI charges. It may surprise many people to learn that a drug in this context does not just refer to illegal substances such as methamphetamines or heroin.

What happens if I refuse a breath test?

DUI laws in Georgia are becoming tougher to deter people from drinking and driving. One question that may be on your mind is if you can benefit from refusing a breathalyzer test. Living and operating a vehicle in an implied consent state means that you already agreed to provide law enforcement with a chemical sample of your breath, urine and blood. 

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