Charged With A DUID? We Can Help.
In Colorado, a motorist is presumed to be operating a vehicle under the influence of marijuana if he or she has five or more nanograms of THC in his or her blood. This is true whether you consumed the marijuana recreationally or medicinally.
The laws in Colorado concerning driving under the influence of marijuana are new and ever-changing. There is still no firm agreement within the scientific community as to the correlation between a specific level of THC in a person’s blood and impairment. Authorities can arrest drivers based on any visible signs of impairment, however, regardless of how much THC is in one’s system.
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At Fuller & Ahern, P.C. our attorneys have had extensive success defending individuals throughout Colorado against DUID, DWAI and other serious criminal charges. Let us defend your rights and work to protect your freedom.