Marijuana DWI Charge
Did you receive a marijuana DWI charge? Don’t let one mistake follow you for life. Watch this video by experienced Jamestown DWI attorney Scott Humble and contact him today to arrange a free confidential consultation.
A marijuana driving while ability impaired or intoxicated is somewhat different than an alcohol related one in terms of defense. Certainly, you are charged the same. This, of course, is going to have to be common law because there’s no breathalyzer yet for marijuana. It’s still a DWI charge and prosecuted the same way, but defended differently. The reason for that is because there is residual marijuana in your system for up to 30 days, and they need to go and prove that you just smoked a joint. My defense, of course, is you smoked that joint a long time ago and you shouldn’t be charged.
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