There’s a law on the books in North Carolina that allows police to “compel” the taking of a blood or urine sample of a suspect who is pulled over for drunk or drugged driving if they refuse to do so voluntarily and it is believed that the suspect’s blood alcohol levels will drop in the time it takes to get a search warrant. It’s an issue that is being hotly debated in the courts and can affect Wilson, NC residents if they are under suspicion of drunk driving.
For many people who find themselves in the position of possible arrest for DUI, the real problem isn’t a potential violation of rights but an inability to stop drinking or using drugs. Call the phone number listed above if your loved one is in need of drug abuse and addiction treatment.
Some patients who struggle with addiction try to say that the use of drugs and alcohol isn’t the problem, but that the problem is their inability to control their behavior while under the influence. It’s true that compulsive behaviors are more difficult to manage when drunk or high, but the fact is that most people who drink or use drugs and do not have co-occurring mental health issues or learning/ behavioral issues that manifest in compulsive behaviors will be able to completely avoid the problems related to those behaviors if they were sober.
For those who struggle with compulsive behaviors all the time, treatment for the co-occurring issue during drug rehab can help them to avoid both the problems related to addiction and those related to behavioral issues when sober.
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2841 Daisy Ln N
Wilson, NC 27896-6948