Recreational use of marijuana became legal under California law on January 1, 2018. However driving “under the influence” of marijuana is still illegal (Vehicle Code 23152(f)).
With the passage of Assembly Bill 64 (Prop 64), adults in California can now buy marijuana legally for recreational purposes. Law enforcement believes that “stoned driving” is going to become more of a problem on California roadways because of the legalization of recreational marijuana. Accordingly, law enforcement is very likely to devote even more resources and energy to enforcing California’s marijuana DUI laws. Continue reading “Marijuana DUI in California”
If you’ve been arrested and charged with a DUI in the Southern California, you should take these charges seriously as you could be facing jail time, fines, and suspension of your driving privileges.
Fortunately, if you decide to work with an experienced DUI Defense Lawyer, it is possible to have your charges reduced or even dismissed. Continue reading “Is a Wet Reckless Better than a DUI?”