Marijuana is a hot subject all across the United States, and as the press grows around the subject, the discussion of the laws of marijuana become more and more prominent. In New Jersey marijuana is not yet legal for medicinal or recreational use and as such, carries penalties along with its uses. One of the most controversial areas of crimes involving marijuana is commonly referred to as a DWI in NJ.

The Most Common Type of Drug Driving

In fact, DWI in NJ is the most common type of drug driving while under the influence charge. If you or a loved one has been arrested for suspicion of driving while impaired by marijuana, it is crucial that you contact our office today to discuss your case with an Attorney that can handle a case involving DWI in NJ. At the Law Office of Douglas Herring, we have many years of experience with marijuana related charges and are prepared to provide the strongest defense available for your case.

DWI in NJ

While the “DWI” part of the term DWI in NJ may sound like something you would get arrested for after having a few beers, it also leaves most people confused about the actual charge. When you are arrested for drinking and driving the police are trained to use a breathalyzer to measure the amount of alcohol that you have consumed and determine how impaired you are.

How Do You Prove Marijuana Usage

In cases involving marijuana, there is no way of similarly determining whether or not the person who has been pulled over has been using the drug. Because of the ambiguity in these events, this fact is sometimes a saving grace for those who have been arrested and reserved the counsel that can handle a DWI in NJ. With an experienced attorney on your side, you will be able to argue your case. As well as challenge the experts the police and state may bring into the court proceedings that would otherwise be the only voice in the room if you did not have any attorney. For the state to establish guilt, they must prove that the level of marijuana in your blood was sufficient to render you impaired.

Contact A DWI in NJ Attorney Today

In New Jersey, the jury is still out on whether or not marijuana will be legal in the future or ever and until something changes if you are consuming marijuana and driving, you run a serious risk. If you or a loved on has been arrested for a DWI in NJ, contact our office today for a free consultation.