Driving under the influence does not always refer to those who have consumed alcohol; in fact, certain drugs and even prescription medications can be associated with a DUI charge.
In this video, LawInfo.com provides information regarding driving under the influence of marijuana. Unlike a DUI due to alcohol that can be measured by a BAC, there is actually no legal limit for marijuana; this means that the arresting police officer usually testifies to a number of other factors that indicated the influence of marijuana. The standard test for marijuana is a urine test—which is not always a reliable indicator. Learn more in this full clip.
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