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Methamphetamine DUI

DUI with Meth? Know Your Rights.

No matter the drug or substance, driving while under the influence of anything is a very serious crime. When you drive with impairments, you can put yourself and the public at risk of injury and even death. Stimulants like methamphetamine can lead to many dangerous behaviors on the road, and if you’ve been caught by the police for this, then you may be facing serious DUI charges.

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The Effects of Methamphetamine on Your Driving

Driving under the influence of methamphetamine can seriously impact your ability to safely operate a motor vehicle. You may be more likely to speed, swerve from side to side, follow other vehicles too closely, run red lights, and act erratically behind the wheel.

These behaviors can have very serious consequences for other drivers on the road as well as any passengers within your vehicle. If you’ve been charged with a Meth DUI in Maryland, you should seek the legal help of an experienced Maryland DUI attorney.

Drug Recognition Experts Are Essential to Meth DUI Cases

Though there is a clear test for alcohol intoxication, testing suspects for drugs like methamphetamine or opiates has not yet been perfected. Thus, law enforcement departments have Drug Recognition Experts on their staff to test suspects for intoxication from drugs.

If you are pulled over for reckless driving or another moving violation, the policeman may call on the help of a DRE (Drug Recognition Expert) if they are not one themselves. Otherwise, they will not be able to prove you were under the influence of drugs while you were driving.

This is why it is imperative you remember the details of your arrest when you meet with your Maryland meth DUI lawyer. With the specific details of your case, we can assess whether or not the arresting officer followed due process.

Attorney Albers is an Expert in DUI Cases

If you’re looking for a DUI lawyer in Westminster, Towson, Columbia, or any other region in Maryland, Albers & Associates can help you reach a favorable solution for your case. Though your circumstances may seem impossible to overcome, with a genuine contrition and a trusted Maryland DUI attorney on your side, your life doesn’t have to end with one mistake.

Albers & Associates has an expert legal team that will work with you to ensure you were given due process and treated fairly during your arrest. We will also help to provide you access to the resources you need to succeed.

DUI charges may feel like the end of the world, but they don’t have to be. Call on Albers & Associates today for a free consultation to discuss your specific situation.

DUI/DWI FAQs

Will I Lose My License?

You might. Depending on the type of license you have and whether or not you are convicted, your license may be suspended or even revoked depending on the circumstances of your charges. However, even being charged with a DUI can result in the suspension of your license, which can affect your life substantially.

Will I Lose My Job?

It depends on your job. At the time of your arrest, the police officer will confiscate your license and provide you with a paper license that you can use until your MVA Hearing. However, for people who hold commercial driver’s licenses, also known as CDLs, this will not replace the license you need to do your job. So, until the charges are cleared, you will not be able to work. Getting on the phone with a lawyer as soon as humanly possible is essential for your continued employment.

Am I Going to Jail?

You might. If you are found guilty of a DUI, particularly if this is your second or third offense, you may face jail time. One possible outcome of DUI court proceedings, a Probation Before Judgment, can be sought. If you are able to secure a PBJ, you will be able to avoid going to jail.

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