California’s recent vote in favor of marijuana legalization has many ramifications. So, it could have many impacts on law enforcement conduct and tactics in the state. And this is not just the case for drug enforcement. It could also have implications related to DUI enforcement.
Much of Southern California might see fewer property crimes this year, according to a recent report. The report is from researchers from the University of California, Irvine.
If you have ever had a drink or two during a night out or at a sports event and have seen blue lights spinning in your rearview mirror, you know just how unnerving such an experience can be. If, after pulling your car over to the side of the road, authorities believe you may have consumed enough alcohol to exceed the legal limit, you can expect to be asked to take a breath test or a test used to determine your perceived level of impairment at the wheel.
Marijuana is legal, both medically and recreationally, in California. However, that does not mean you can potentially smoke it at home and experience no repercussions whatsoever. Here are a few things to keep in mind if you enjoy this drug.