San Diego Marijuana DUIs will now be prosecuted even more with the new law making marijuana legal. This means marijuana is going to be legal for those 21 and over.
However, like alcohol, having too much while behind the wheel can find you in some trouble.
The issue is going to be how much is too much. With alcohol, we know that .08% or greater will get you in trouble. But how much is too much for marijuana? That limit is likely to be made soon. In the meantime, it is going to be a combination of active marijuana in the system, coupled with impaired symptoms and bad driving. Call the law offices of Mark Deniz for a consultation at (858) 751-4384.
People arrested for driving with marijuana in their system often pose no danger to the public, unlike drivers with alcohol and other drugs. Indeed, studies have shown that drivers that have ingested pot responsibly can drive safely, in some cases better than those who have not. As the science gets established, there seems to be an agenda to push forward with prosecutions. If you are arrested for a marijuana DUI, contact the Law Offices of Mark Deniz at (858) 751-4384.
One area of DUI law that is moving its way to the front is Marijuana DUIs. The laws have changed over the last few years and what was a misdemeanor or felony offense is no more.
Marijuana (pot) will eventually legal without prescription here in San Diego. The prosecution has specific prosecutors to handle these cases. It is key to be proactive in these cases, escpecially if your case is being handled downtown. You want to see video. You want to get to log the history of marijuana use by the person. Call our office now at (858) 751-4384 to be proactive.
With the eventual legalization of Marijuana there is going to be more incidents of San Diego Marijuana "Pot" DUIs.
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