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  • DUI of Drugs Explained
    DUI of Drugs Explained

    Driving under the influence of drugs can be just as dangerous as drinking and driving. If you’ve been accused of driving under the influence of drugs (DUID), then you likely face serious consequences ...

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  • Busted for Driving High in California?
    Busted for Driving High in California?

    Since weed was legalized for personal use in California, it has become more common and widespread and even Baby Boomers who illegally partook in their youth are taking advantage of its legalization. ...

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  • What Is Driving Under the Influence of Drugs?
    What Is Driving Under the Influence of Drugs?

    Drivers are generally prohibited from driving under any substance that impairs their ability to operate a motor vehicle. Therefore, it is possible to receive a driving under the influence charge ...

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  • Marijuana DUI Charges in California
    Marijuana DUI Charges in California

    Now that marijuana is legal in California, more (and more) adults are engaging in recreational use without fear of repercussions. However, as with alcoholic beverages, it’s legalization does not make ...

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  • 3 Different Ways DUI is a Felony in California
    3 Different Ways DUI is a Felony in California

    In California, the offense of driving under the influence (DUI) of drugs or alcohol, or both, is criminalized under Section 23152 of the Vehicle Code. DUI is what’s called a “wobbler” because it can ...

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  • How Marijuana Affects Driving
    How Marijuana Affects Driving

    It’s not unusual to hear people say, “I think it’s safer to drive under the influence of marijuana than it is to drive drunk.” While this is the way a lot of people think, it doesn’t necessarily mean ...

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