In Arizona, driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs can result in a DUI conviction. Since the drinking and driving limit is .08% BAC is the legal driving limit in Arizona; many people wonder if there is a legal limit for driving while high. The Phoenix marijuana DUI attorneys at Suzuki Law Offices, L.L.C. explain what the legal limit for driving while high in Arizona.
Legal Limit for Driving While High
Unlike alcohol, there is no “legal limit” of marijuana concentration that a driver can have in their blood system. Experts are still trying to determine to what extent marijuana impairs a person’s driving abilities. So far, researchers have discovered that marijuana affects individuals differently; therefore, it is difficult to create a legal driving limit that applies to all drivers.
Although there isn’t a set legal limit for driving while under the influence of marijuana or other drugs, it is important to understand that it can result in serious consequences.
What Are the Penalties for Driving While High?
Just like driving under the influence of alcohol, driving while high can result in serious penalties. Below we have put together the penalties for driving while high in Arizona:
- 10 to 180 days in jail
- Fines of up to $1,800
- License suspension for up to 90 days
- Probation for up to 5 years
- Community service
- Ignition interlock device required
Experienced Phoenix Marijuana DUI Lawyers
If you face drug DUI charges, our team of Phoenix DUI attorneys is ready to help you. For decades, our team has helped people facing DUI charges throughout Arizona. We are dedicated to delivering bold and compassionate legal assistance to clients during the entirety of their case. We take an individualistic approach by creating a case that is tailored to our client’s specific needs and situation. You can rest assured that we will work tirelessly to obtain the best possible results for your case.
Contact our Phoenix marijuana DUI attorneys today at (602) 842-6762 or fill out an online form here. We are available to assist you virtually during the COVID-19 outbreak.