In Wisconsin, the risks of getting behind the wheel while under the influence are widely discussed. However, what is not often detailed is the fact that prescription and over-the-counter medications can actually land you a Wisconsin OWI.
According to The National Highway and Traffic Safety Administration, legal prescription and over-the-counter medications can lead to impaired driving. These medications include antidepressants and even allergy medicines. View more information here.
If you are seeking aggressive OWI defense, contact Jasti & Khandhar. An effective attorney is paramount when your freedom and reputation are both in jeopardy.