While many states have established limits on the level of THC levels found in the blood, the State of California struggles to find the right ruling. In many regions across the state, police agencies are using swab tests using the saliva of drivers who are suspected of driving under the influence of marijuana to test the levels of THC. This, however, is a relatively new practice and is also subject to error. Consequently, this method of testing suspected marijuana DUI drivers is unreliable.
- Incoherent speech,
- Incoherent statements made to the arresting officer,
- Bloodshot or red eyes,
- Failed field sobriety tests,
- Driving erratically,
- The smell of marijuana in the vehicle or on the person,
- Dilated pupils,
- Possession of marijuana paraphernalia, and/or
- Impaired reaction
The criminal defense attorneys at Schwartzberg & Luther, APC are well-versed in the field of marijuana DUI defense cases. The firm has an established reputation for aggressively defending the rights of their clients. Consult the firm today for more information.