With the rise of using your smartphone for, well, everything, there have been a number of apps and devices that hope to help drivers make better choices while participating in social drinking. Products such as Alcohoot, Breathometer Breeze, and BACtrack Mobile and Vio work to measure your blood alcohol content (BAC) through plugging into your … Continue reading Smartphone Breathalyzers: What’s the Difference, and Why Bother?
NJ law breaks down the penalties, definitions and categories of CDS, or controlled dangerous substances in legal statutes for their manufacture, distribution, and possession. The following information deals with the possession of such CDCs, often known as drugs, and the consequences that can come from them. In New Jersey, it’s not only the drugs themselves … Continue reading Illegal Possession of CDS
With states like Colorado allowing recreational use of marijuana, others restrict the use for medical use only; it’s no surprise that legal action has come down hard against recreational users in those states. In New Jersey, the use of marijuana for medical purposes is the only way a person can legally use and possess this … Continue reading New Jersey Medical Marijuana Policy
When an individual is pulled over on DUI suspicions, there will often be a drug recognition expert (DRE) present to perform a series of tests that will purportedly provide enough information to tell if the driving had been impaired by any illegal drug usage. DREs are individual police officers who are trained to recognize ways … Continue reading Understanding Drug Recognition Experts