Metabolite Dui

  • Marijuana DUI | Florida Law

    … which, if established, would prove the crime of driving under the influence. This is like the .08 quantitative threshold for breathalyzer tests. The specific amendment adds a subsection (d) to Florida Statute 316.193 (1). The proposed amendment reads as follows: “A person commits the offense of driving under the influence and is subject…

    Michael Dye/ Fort Lauderdale Criminal Attorney- 23 readers -
  • At Least 177 Unfiled DUI Cases in Broward County

    …. Subpoena for Blood Test Results Pursuant to Florida Statute 395.3025(4)(d), the State Attorney can request the court issue a subpoena for the suspect’s medical records that were generated as a result of being taken to the hospital. This includes any toxicology reports which were used for medical purposes. Prior to the court issuing a subpoena…

    Michael Dye/ Fort Lauderdale Criminal Attorney- 45 readers -
  • DUI Marijuana | Urinalysis Cross Examination

    … was nothing from the toxicology results that could indicate that the defendant was impaired by anything; At the very most, the state proved that the defendant MAY have been exposed to THC within a 30 day period prior to the day he was arrested for DUI. Every Lie Contains Some Truth 11-nor-9-Carboxy-THC. is an inactive secondary metabolite of THC…

    Michael Dye/ Fort Lauderdale Criminal Attorney- 60 readers -
  • Florida DUI Laws | Changes are Needed

    … the burden to prove that there was a substance in the driver’s system and that the substance is capable of and did impair the defendant’s ability to drive a car. This is not a metabolite DUI statute. The state would still have to perform lab tests on blood and urine. The belief that this would somehow permit a DUI conviction based…

    Michael Dye/ Fort Lauderdale Criminal Attorney- 44 readers -
  • Drugged Driving Florida 2015 | Prediction No Change

    … Bill 1810, 2012 & Florida Senate Bill 1118, 2014 would have changed the definition of impairment, for drugged driving cases, from an “actual impairment” standard to a “per se” definition of impairment. A “per se” standard is also referred to as “metabolite DUI.” Florida’s Current DUI Statute Requires Actual Impairment Florida’s DUI statute…

    Michael Dye/ Fort Lauderdale Criminal Attorney- 39 readers -
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