If you are a cannabis consumer, this teleclass recording contains everything you need to know BEFORE you get pulled over by a law enforcement officer while you are driving a vehicle. Attorney Leonard Frieling has years of experience with marijuana and DUI (Driving Under the Influence) laws in Colorado. If you get pulled over and an officer suspects you of DUI for being "impaired" on cannabis, what should you do? Should you show the officer your medical marijuana card? Should you consent to a search? Should you perform the voluntary roadside sobriety tests? Should you consent to a blood or breathalyzer test? Should you consent to Drug Recognition Expert evaluation? Can you lose your drivers' license if you refuse a test or evaluation?
This important teleclass recording will answer
all these questions!
Learn how NOT to get arrested:
The number of THC/DUI cases in Colorado has increased dramatically.
to the Denver Post, in 2009, there were about 800 THC blood
tests requested. In 2010, there were 1600 tests requested, and in
March 2011, there were already another 1100 blood samples submitted
for testing in only the first three months of the year.
Yet CDOT statistics show no increase in traffic fatalities or accidents, so the increased number of tests does not correlated with any decrease in safety on the road. Perhaps the increase in tests is due to overzealous law enforcement officers who might see a medical marijuana patient as an easy target. The THC/DUI bill was, afterall, promoted strongly by law enforcement and the drug treatment industry, who saw a THC/DUI per se law as job security.
What you get:
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Leonard Frieling is an experienced Colorado criminal defense and DUI attorney with a long and distinguished career of service to the cannabis community. As an expert on cannabis law and DUI law, he lectures frequently to many groups including the NORML Legal Committee and the Colorado Bar Association. He is a former Lafayette Municipal Court Judge and served a term on the Colorado Municipal Judges Association Board of Directors.
Leonard was instrumental in educating Colorado legislators in 2011 about the dangers of HB 11-1261, a bill that attempted to create a DUI per se limit of 5 ng/mL of THC in the whole blood. He criticized the bill for being poorly-written and not based on science. Thanks to his efforts and the cannabis community that spoke out strongly against it, the bill was eventually killed. This teleclass covers current marijuana/DUI laws.