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Stoned Driving

Prescription Drugs Cause More Roadside Fatalities Than Weed

Although there is an overwhelming sense of concern these days that a plague of stoned driving will ultimately snuff out the innocent women and children in this country, a recent study published this week in Public Health Reports indicates the terror along the roadways of ...

How to Fix the Stoned Driving Conundrum

Now that we’re moving from the “if we’re going to legalize marijuana” into the “when and how” phase, one obstacle facing the marijuana movement is the debate over so-called “stoned driving.” If we’re going to win this ...

Attorney Introduces Tolerance into Stoned Driving Defense

The issues surrounding the potential dangers of stoned driving are being argued this week in a New York courtroom, where prosecutors are attempting to place the head of 17-year-old Joseph Beer under the proverbial guillotine because they say he was high on marijuana at th...

DUI: The Stoned Driving Conundrum

Ever since marijuana began tricking into the mainstream, legislators and law enforcement agencies have been trying to figure out a method to curb a predicted influx in stoned driving. Unlike alcohol, there is no breathalyzer currently available for police officers to gaug...

Colorado DUI Checkpoint Yields No Stoned Drivers

Despite naysayer predictions that Colorado’s newfound recreational marijuana laws would lead to a rabid surge of stoned driving, it appears as though it is still the boozehounds reeking drunken havoc on the state’s roadways.

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