14 May The Best Northshore DUI Attorney | Tammy Karas-Griggs
Are you looking for a Northshore DUI Attorney? Even if you don’t drink and drive, things are changing in New Orleans pretty quickly and law enforcement will be cracking down on something else. 2018 is a different time. After years of discussion of medical marijuana in Louisiana, production of the plant is approaching. With a marijuana conference already over with: It’s high times for Louisiana.
The Louisiana Senate has agreed to expand the use of medical marijuana in Louisiana to treat more health conditions, also, the list of medical conditions already approved for treatment. Metairie could be home to one of the state’s first medical marijuana pharmacies.
Regardless of how you feel about all of these changes, we should look ahead to safety on the road. Alcohol is legal, but drunk driving isn’t. Codeine and oxycodone are legal if prescribed but it’s illegal to drive under their influence. When it comes to driving under the influence of cannabis, studies show that it has been shown to impair skills such as judgment, anticipation, reaction time, target detection, route planning and risk-taking.
There is no definitive link to a rise in car crashes in places that have already legalized marijuana, but law enforcement is still cracking down. If a blood test shows that you have more than a specified amount of THC in your blood, (generally five nanograms of THC per milliliter of blood,) you might receive a DUID (Driving under the influence of drugs.)
As we navigate through a new industry being welcomed into Louisiana, it’s important to keep in mind our safety and always use our best judgment before operating a vehicle. If you have been caught driving under the influence, Tammy Karas-Griggs can help. It’s difficult for someone with no legal experience or training to assess the strengths and weaknesses of a DUI case. DUI law is complicated and constantly changing, and the facts of every case are unique. So, getting the opinion of an experienced DUI lawyer can be valuable.
Consider a consultation with Tammy Karas-Griggs. Bring your police report and any other case documents you have to the consultation to make the best use of your time. It might also help to bring a list of questions you want to get answered. From the road to the courtroom, Tammy Karas-Griggs is there to help.
Tracy CarrawayPosted at 12:33h, 22 May
This is a great blog. I will have to tell my son to keep this in mind! haha!