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Amendment 64 and DUID in Colorado

With marijuana now legal in Colorado, state lawmakers are still trying to decide how best to adapt existing laws to the new regulations, and in an attempt to do so, many are striving to balance personal freedoms with public safety. One of the fault lines in the ongoing state legislature debate regarding setting a per se limit for THC is determining where to set the bar for a driving offense that would be comparable to DUIs and DWAIs for alcohol. For example, ... Read More »

Anticipated Changes in Tennessee DUI Legislation and Enforcement

In our efforts to monitor potential changes to the DUI laws in Tennessee, the lawyers at Oberman & Rice learned that yesterday (January 28, 2013), the Tennessee Department of Safety held a meeting to discuss the DUI Portion of the Governor’s new Safety Plan.  The non-technical portion of the plan reflects the following changes: 1) Future aggressive enforcement of DUI laws by a. An analysis of arrest location data to facilitate & maximize enforcement; and b. a 70% increase in ... Read More »