Drugged Driving Has No Definition, but It's Definitely Illegal

A few weeks ago, the Santa Cruz Sentinel ran a story in which the California Highway Patrol warned of a creeping trend: drugged driving.
Marijuana was present in several fatal automobile crashes in the mountainous coastal county, the CHP said, and warned that while there's a prevailing sentiment that it's okay to drive after a few puffs, “DUI for marijuana is the same as alcohol.”
Which it is — and isn't.

Tags: , , , ,

Related Stories