What Is DUI And What Does It Mean In Kentucky?
The core charge in Kentucky for Driving Under The Influence Of Intoxicants is contained in KRS 189A.010.
DWI/DUI is an abbreviation of driving while under the influence of intoxicants (alcohol) or of any substance or substances that can impair a person’s ability to drive.
What Substances Count As Intoxicants For DUI In Kentucky?
The most common form of intoxicate for a DUI is alcohol, but other substances that impair a person’s ability to drive can result in a DUI charge. Other substances can include illegal drugs, prescription drugs, inhalants such as glue, gasoline, spray paint etc., and/or over the counter medications.
What Should I Do If I Am Charged With DUI In Kentucky?
If you have been charged with DUI in Kentucky you should contact an attorney who specializes in DUI litigation. The attorneys at Hurst & Hurst Law have received specialized training in dealing with DUI charges and can help you determine the best option for you. If you have been charged with a DUI or have questions regarding a DUI charge contact Hurst & Hurst Law at (859) 209-2101.