Thursday, December 10, 2015
A Trusted DUI Lawyer Warns Everyone Against Using Pot and Driving
When one hears about DUI charges, one immediately thinks about individuals who’ve had too much to drink from a party. Unknown to many, a person can also be charged with a DUI if they have been found to drive under the influence of drugs, among them is recreational marijuana. Two and a half years after Washington legalized recreational marijuana, officials found that more DUI cases and fatal car collisions were caused by drivers positive with THC, the component of cannabis said to be affecting brain function. Even more disturbing is the fact that this trend shows no sign of slowing down, according to a DUI attorney.