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Afternoon Hit-and-Run Leads to DUID Arrest and Accompanying Charges


Driving while under the influence of either drugs or alcohol is a crime punishable by law in California. Alcohol-related DUI reports are seemingly more commonplace. However, the penalties drivers who drive under the influence of drugs (DUID) face are the … Continue reading

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New Funding for A Marijuana Breathalyzer


A few years back, we talked about our hesitation on the introduction of a marijuana breathalyzer in California. This was about three years ago, and since then, more researchers have continued exploration into the product. With recreational marijuana use being … Continue reading

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A Movement to Decriminalize “Shrooms”


Recently, Denver became the first city in the U.S. to decriminalize psilocybin, or what is commonly known as “magic”. Psilocybin is a hallucinogenic substance that often causes the user to experience euphoria, a distorted sense of time, and changes in … Continue reading

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Bus Overturns on the Way to the Masters Tournament


Early Thursday before 9 a.m., a bus driver flipped a tour bus over en route to the 2018 Masters Tournament in Georgia. Of the eighteen passengers, sixteen people were injured, and the driver has been charged with driving under the … Continue reading

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Drugged Driving Triples Chances of Fatal Accident


With the majority of DUI research geared toward alcohol use, researchers at Columbia University’s Mailman School of Public Health sought to assess the association of drugged driving with the risk of a fatal accident. Continue reading

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