Lynchburg Marijuana Attorney

Marijuana is the dried leaves or flower, usually rolled up and smoked. Common names include pot, weed, wakey weed. Marijuana products may be found in rolled cigars, joints, edibles, and vapes. If you have been charged with a crime you should call me, I am a Lynchburg Marijuana Attorney.


THC is the active psychoactive ingredient in Marijuana. Delta 9 is the active component for THC Impairment. Carboxy THC is a non-impairing metabolite and is a non-psychoactive molecule. THC or Marijuana is a depressant class of drugs.

General indicators of THC:

  • Very red eyes
  • Odor of marijuana
  • Body tremors
  • Eyelid tremors
  • Relaxed inhibitions
  • Increased appetite
  • Euphoria
  • Temporal disintegration
  • Impaired information processing
  • Dry mouth
  • Short-term memory impairment

Driving and Marijuana

Consistent users have an increased tolerance. Oklahoma, Colorado and California have the most dispensarys. The detection process starts when an officer sees abnormal or illegal driving conduct. When Driving Under the Influence or Driving While Intoxicated, a Drug Recognition Officer will likely be called and use a 12 step process to evaluate the impairment of a suspect.

  1. Breath Alcohol Test: the roadside test used if suspected alcohol impairment
  2. Interview of the Arresting Officer
  3. Preliminary examination, pulse.
  4. Eye Examination: Nystagmus, Lack of Convergence
  5. Divided Attention/Psychophysical Tests: Modified Romberg Test, One Legged Stand, Finger to nose test.
  6. Vital Signs, Pulse
  7. Dark Room Examination: Pupilometer,
  8. Examination for muscle tone of suspect
  9. Checking for injection sites
  10. Suspects statements and other observations
  11. Analysis and opinions of the evaluator
  12. Toxicological Examination

The Toxicological Examination:

What is the toxicological laboratory doing with the Urine, blood or other DNA? They are using a screening test with antibodies. If there is a positive on the first test they are supposed to do a second test to confirm their original results. A utilization of Mass Spectrum THC follows with a liquid chromatography test. THC remains in your system for 30 days after use, that is a general rule but depends on your metabolism.

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