Why State Marijuana-Impaired Driving Laws Need Reform
Concern grows as more people use marijuana could equate to more people driving under the influence.
The ever-growing legalization of cannabis might be putting the message out that marijuana isn’t as dangerous as was once thought. While trends show that marijuana use is increasing, there is also a trend that alcohol use in decreasing. This means that there could be an increase in drivers driving under the influence of marijuana. This white paper reviews cannabis impairment and developing roadside detection strategies.
Ian Stewart has defended complex litigation in state and federal courts for more than 20 years with a focus on product liability, complex general casualty, cannabis law, transportation and marine claims, data privacy and security, and intellectual property litigation. Ian is co-chair of the firm’s Cannabis Law practice and a member of the Information Governance Leadership Committee.
Ian is committed to client communication and cost-effective litigation management. He is a proponent of efficient claim resolution and Legal Project Management. Ian goes out of his way to ensure that he understands his clients’ business and goals so that an agreed strategy can be identified and implemented at the outset of any litigated matter.
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