Drug driving, like drink driving, is against the law in Australia, and it is an offence to either operate a vehicle or attempt to operate a vehicle while under the influence of a drug. Prohibited substances can include: marijuana, ecstasy, cocaine and heroin, and the police have the power to stop any person and conduct a test to determine whether a driver has been affected by an illicit substance.
Any person found to be affected by drugs may face serious consequences and if you or anyone you know is in trouble with drug, or drink driving offence for that matter, you can contact one of the many lawyers on FindLaw who can assist with any problem you may be experiencing.
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