Are you facing charges of drugged driving in New Hampshire? These are serious charges, and they carry many of the same penalties as convictions for drunk driving. Defense attorney Rick Follender of Follender Law Offices, P.L.L.C., in Nashua can help you fight back, providing effective and tenacious defense representation for any type of drug-related DUI or DWI.
Since receiving admittance to the bar in 1981, Mr. Follender has helped drivers in New Hampshire protect their future interests when charged with various types of drugged or drunk driving charges. If you are facing these allegations, we can help you fight back, regardless of your criminal history or other DWI convictions on your record.
With over 35 years of defense experience, we know what is at stake for you, and we will work diligently to develop the most appropriate defense strategy for your unique situation. Our lawyer can help you fight back against drug-related DWI or DUI by asking the following questions:
Was there probable cause for the original traffic stop?
Did you experience a violation of your rights during the administration of any sobriety tests?
Were there problems with police procedure, such as issues with the chemical tests performed?
You can face drugged driving charges even after taking a prescription drug, including certain pain medications or medical marijuana. If you take any medication that impacts your physical reactions and cognition, you can face criminal charges, regardless of whether it is for medical use or not.
We have an extensive record of success in various types of DWI and DUI cases. A conviction is never your only option, and regardless of what you may assume about your case and your legal options, it is possible to fight back. We know how to protect your license from a lengthy suspension period and mitigate other serious penalties, including jail time and expensive fines.
By taking advantage of our firm’s offer of free initial case consultations, you can learn more about your defense options when facing drugged driving charges. You can call our office or email us for more information and make your appointment.