[quote]My question is why would you want to drive (especially with your children in the car)while you're under the influence of prescription medication? Especially mood altering drugs which effect ones judgment? :confused: [/quote]
I'm bipolar, not disabled. If my meds made me impaired, I wouldn't be able to work. If I were impaired in any way, I wouldn't go anywhere near my son, I would never put him at risk. To answer your question in a different way, my prescription "cocktail" is commonly prescribed, has absolutely nothing to do with my ability to drive and has everything to do with my son's mother needing absolute control and willingness to stop at nothing to isolate my son from me.
Basically, the judge wants something that states that it's safe for my son to be in the car with me.
I produced an affidavit from the psychiatrist stating that he prescribes me the meds, that I'm not impaired by them and I'm safe to drive.
I am having a lot of problems getting around this, it's important that I see my son, I can't deal with the supervision requirement anymore because it's impossible to find a willing party to take me around every weekend. I want to see him during the week and have the right to do so but I don't have someone who will take me and I ask this question because I'm pro se at this point.
My wife has filed so many motions and pulled so much crap that it put my attorney fees past the point of no return. We have few to no assets and those assets should have been going to our son.
I'm on common bi-polar scripts. I'm not going into specifics unless it's important that I do so.