Tiger Woods tells Florida cop he was taking Xanax and Vicodin following DUI arrest: report

Former golfer Tiger Woods reportedly was on both Vicodin and Xanax when he was arrested for a DUI on May 29, 2017. Xanax and Vicodin can cause unintended side affects such as drowsiness, unconsciousness, slurred speech, or worse when used together. Although Woods denies being drunk he failed to pass the DUI field sobriety test administered by the police officers who pulled him over. A body camera caught the interaction with police. Tiger Woods will be facing Driving under the Influence of Drugs (DUID) charges. Even if the driver does not intend to drive under the influence, taking medications that impair your ability to drive safely may result in DUI charges. The Law Offices of Steven J Pisani specialize in DUI, traffic ticket, and criminal defense. Call us for a free consultation.

 

NY Daily News, Graham Rayman

 

Link: http://www.nydailynews.com/sports/more-sports/tiger-woods-tells-fla-xanax-dui-arrest-report-article-1.3236042

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