What would be your answer if you are told to advise someone too stoned to drive?
Though unusual, but yes this is a rare case that has been found in Ms. Angeline Chilton who says that driving is not her choice unless she smoke pot.
According to explanations received from the suburban Denver woman, it has got clear to the officials that the woman’s body is badly habitual of medical marijuana for easing its multiple sclerosis symptoms without a dose of which, she don’t drive.
Many states (since years) are allowing use of medical marijuana but with pre-determined harmful levels of same.
This time’s decision to legalize the drug use for recreational purposes is totally of the voters in Colorado and Washington states, an approval which can also bring a new and immediate urgency in the state.
Supporting the views favoring marijuana use, a Denver marijuana advocate said that it is important to legalize limits in parts upon the drug use as more number of drivers today is acknowledging their using of the drug.
“The explosion of medical marijuana patients has led to a lot of drivers sticking the (marijuana) card in law enforcement's face, saying, You can't do anything to me, I'm legal”, said Mr. Sean McAllister, a lawyer who defends people charged with driving under the influence of marijuana.
Drugs, no matter what type, are illegal to use. It will always remain a fact that driving under the influence of any drug, smoking, alcohol or marijuana, will always remain a crime and illegal in all states, says the advocate.
But, learning the facts that law enforcement officers are still using their old tools to try fixing new problems like marijuana influence (with the blood test followed later the observation of the officials), smoking pots is becoming popular among generations.