DUI with Marijuana in Your System – Chandler

Being stopped by police while driving in Chandler under the influence of marijuana and impaired to the slightest degree will likely result in a DUI charge—regardless of whether you have a medical marijuana card. While medical marijuana is legal in Arizona, users of medical marijuana are required to stay within the constraints of the law permitting its use. You will face criminal charges if you are stopped by the Chandler Police Department and show signs and symptoms consistent with the impairment of marijuana to the slightest degree.

DUI Marijuana Defense Attorney in Chandler

Don’t face your Chandler Marijuana DUI alone. It would be best if you had an attorney with experience in handling Marijuana DUIs. The legal team at Rosenstein Law Group has dealt with hundreds of marijuana DUIs successfully. It can help you get the best possible result in your Chandler Marijuana DUI case. Get our team of skilled DUI defense attorneys working on your case today. Call 480-248-7666.

Marijuana DUI Consequences

First-time criminal convictions for driving in Chandler with marijuana in your system can result in penalties such as:

  • A minimum of 1 – 10 days in jail,
  • Suspension of your driver’s license,
  • Fines and fees above $1,000,
  • Drug screening, which could result in education classes, counseling, and rehabilitation treatment,
  • Probation and/or community service.

Second-time criminal convictions for driving in Chandler with marijuana in your system can result in increased fines, a term of license suspension, treatment, and probation. If convicted of driving with marijuana in your order a third time within a period of 7 years, you could be looking at felony charges. Felony Charges will likely result in serving time in prison, along with drastically increased fines, license revocation, and other severe penalties.

How are Marijuana DUI’s Charged?

There is no specific defined threshold dictating whether a person can be charged for having marijuana in their system or not, unlike the statutes relating to Arizona’s DUI laws involving the consumption of alcohol. For example, at a minimum, Arizona DUI laws state that a person is guilty of a DUI if “the person has an alcohol concentration of 0.08 or more within two hours of driving or being in actual physical control of the vehicle.” However, as it relates to the presence of marijuana in your system, you can be guilty of DUI for merely having a metabolite of marijuana in your order.

Marijuana metabolites can remain in the human body for many days, sometimes leading into a month. Although metabolites of marijuana can be present in a person’s body long after they experience symptoms of impairment, the government can still charge you with a DUI.

Defenses to Marijuana DUI Charges in Chandler

When dealing with a DUI conviction involving marijuana in Arizona, it is essential to know the many factors that can work in your favor. At the Rosenstein Law Group, our experienced and dedicated attorneys know how to collect the right information to ensure that the government is put to the task of proving that a criminal defendant is guilty beyond a reasonable doubt. Our attorneys know the science and the law.

Schedule a Free Consultation with a Marijuana DUI Defense Attorney Today

If you have been arrested for DUI while having marijuana in your system—regardless of whether or not you have a valid medical marijuana card—you need to call experienced attorneys who are well versed in the science and the law surrounding marijuana in the human body. Don’t wait, call 480-262-4788 for a free consultation and let our team protect your rights.

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