How do prosecutors prove that a driver was under the influence of marijuana? TO PROVE A DRIVER WAS DRUNK, PROSECUTORS CAN USE EVIDENCE OF A HIGH BAC If police suspect that a driver they just pulled over is impaired by alcohol, we all know, from watching movies and TV, what happens next. They ask the… Read More Read More
Here is a helpful fact sheet regarding Marijuana and Psychomotor performance prepared by the folks at NORML. Some highlights: Operating a motor vehicle under the influence of cannabis is a criminal offense in every state, even the ones, like Oregon, where it is legal to use for recreational purposes. In assessments of actual on-road driving… Read More
One of the exceptions to the warrant requirement under the Fourth Amendment is the inventory search An inventory search is a warrantless search of a lawfully impounded vehicle conducted by the police. The purpose of an inventory search is not to look for evidence of a crime. It’s for the police to determine the contents… Read More
DOJ seeks new emergency powers amid coronavirus pandemic.
In case you were wondering….