Drugged Driving


Proving Fault: Marijuana and No Tolerance Laws

Proving Fault: Marijuana and No Tolerance Laws

With more and more states enacting laws that are more lenient on possession and personal use of marijuana; there are also laws chang to incorporate more widespread marijuana use. One logical area for change is with regard to DUI laws. There is much that you can never understand about the effects of marijuana on the human body, especially over time. Unlike alcohol, marijuana stays in...

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Drugged Driving, A New Frontier in Car Accidents

Drugged Driving, A New Frontier in Car Accidents

DRUGGED DRIVING – A NEW THREAT TO ARIZONA DRIVERS?  Since medical marijuana became legal in Arizona, drugged driving is on the rise. Or is it? Arizona has faced the same challenges as other states that have legalized marijuana for various purposes, recreational use included. However, it is not marijuana that poses the threat as much as it has been prescription drug use that has increased drugged...

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Arizona's Legal Landscape: Effectiveness versus Freedom

Arizona's Legal Landscape: Effectiveness versus Freedom

The federal government and each individual state have separate bodies of individual laws that have created, implemented and enforced to ensure that all American citizens protection is their right . In addition to basic laws, Arizona is also a ?no-nonsense? state when it comes to laws directed at preventing motorists from driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol. More than just the typical rules...

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Prescription Medication: the New DUI

Prescription Medication: the New DUI

With millions of Americans get medication for a variety of ailments each year; it is no surprise that many of these individuals are operating motor vehicles while impaired by these same drugs.  The mentality surrounding driving while impaired by prescription drugs is not the same as that of someone who drinks or uses illicit drugs before deciding to drive.  In fact, many people across the...

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