Consequences Of Driving Under The Influence of Xanax
Anyone who is convicted of driving under the influence of Xanax can face serious criminal penalties. In most cases, Xanax DUI is charged as a misdemeanor crime. Defendants who are convicted typically serve three or more years of probation, pay fines, lose the privilege to drive in California and are required to comply with court probation.
If you have been arrested for driving under the influence of Xanax or any other anxiety medication, speak with our experienced DUI defense attorneys right away. To schedule a free consultation at The Law Offices of Todd Landgren, call 949-535-1303 or submit the contact form on our website.
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Anyone charged with drugged driving should seek the best legal help available. Contact our attorneys for that help and let us fight to protect your future.