Uncover the Effects of Cannabis on Psychomotor Functions
As more states legalize marijuana, the amount of people driving under the influence is likely to increase. However, while law enforcement can measure a driver's blood alcohol level, testing for drug impairment is a bit more of a grey area. This course delves into current issues surrounding marijuana-impaired driving cases. Review the latest case law, determine why some jurisdictions consider legal THC limits problematic, and compare alternative methods of testing for impairment - register today!
Stay informed of current laws on cannabis-involved driving.
Investigate recent trends concerning recreational and medical marijuana.
Examine the relationship between cannabis and psychomotor functioning.
Evaluate the role of the Drug Recognition Expert (DRE) in DUI cases.
Discover the challenges of trying to prove THC-related impairment.
A State-by-State Overview of Cannabis Driving Laws
Case Law Update and Recent Trends
The Impact of Cannabis on Psychomotor Functions and Driving: What You Must Know
Legal THC Limits: What They Are and Issues Surrounding Them
Other Approaches to Impairment Testing
Expert Testimony in Marijuana Cases
Burden of Proof Challenges: Plaintiff and Defense Perspectives
JEFFREY GARD is a Colorado attorney with Gard Law Firm, LLC, specializing in marijuana law. He represents numerous patients, doctors, and marijuana businesses throughout the state of Colorado and has advised people from all over the country. Mr. Gard advises both state and local governments in their development of medical marijuana business regulations. He is widely considered one of Colorado's leading marijuana attorneys. Since the passage of Amendment 64, which legalized adult possession and cultivation of marijuana in Colorado, Mr. Gard has been working with state and local officials in developing regulations for the retail marijuana industry and was appointed by the state to participate in the rule-making progress. Over the last year, he has been working with the U.S. Congress to assist with an analysis of the federal code to determine the various areas which are impacted by the state marijuana laws in hopes of reconciling state and federal law in the near future. Mr. Gard now shares his knowledge and experience with other attorneys and has given several CLE lectures on various aspects of marijuana law. By way of background, he is a Colorado native and a cum laude philosophy graduate from the University of Colorado, where he also was elected Phi Beta Kappa. While attending the law school, Mr. Gard won the William De Souchet Award for best individual performance in trial advocacy and won a multi-state moot court competition during his first year of law school. After graduation, he accepted a position with a respected litigation firm in Boulder, Colorado and later formed his own firm in downtown Boulder, Colorado.
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