Certain prescription medications, such as painkillers and sleep aids, can cause a person to drive erratically. Combined with alcohol, the effect of those drugs can be magnified.

Under Missouri law, the charge of driving while impaired is not restricted to drivers whose alcohol content is .08 or above. You can be charged and convicted of DWI, even if your blood alcohol content is under .08.

If you have been charged with DWI and you were under the influence of prescription medications, you should speak with an attorney who knows how to attack the prosecution's case. The consequences of a DWI conviction are serious — and you need effective representation.

Aggressively Defending People Facing DWI Charges

Before becoming an attorney, Travis Noble worked as a police officer and a narcotics agent. He has trained in the effects of narcotics and prescription medications, both on their own and in combination with alcohol. Mr. Noble will use his experience, knowledge and advocacy skills to defend your rights and freedom.

After your arrest, your blood may have been tested for the presence of drugs. Travis Noble has a wealth of knowledge concerning these testing techniques — and how to challenge their validity. You can depend on Travis Noble to do everything he can to obtain a positive result for you.

Contact A St. Louis Prescription Drug DWI Lawyer

For a free consultation about a DWI and prescription medications case, contact Travis Noble, P.C. Call 314-450-7849 today.