In Indiana, people can be charged with a DUI even if they haven’t consumed alcohol. The State defines “intoxicated” as being under the influence of a wide range of substances, including alcohol, drugs, and other substances that can impair thought and action.

The presence of these substances in a person’s system is enough for the state to charge them with a DUI, even if they are not visibly intoxicated. Attorneys Matt Kroes and Zac Bailey share some thoughts on defending drug-related, and they encourage anyone facing charges to reach out. They can be reached at 317-632-3642, and they advise to always plead the fifth.

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