Driving under the influence of marijuana is a serious charge, but it can be difficult to prove definitively. For information about this issue, take a look at this short video.
Because it is difficult to measure marijuana intoxication, an arresting officer will usually testify to factors he saw in a driver that indicated the influence of marijuana. It is possible to test for the presence of marijuana in a suspect’s urine, but there is controversy about how long marijuana can stay in a person’s system, making it difficult to measure intoxication.
If you’ve been arrested for driving under the influence of marijuana, you need an experienced defense attorney on your side. Call Blumberg & Associates of Phoenix at (602) 277-6180 to schedule a consultation with one of our lawyers.