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Marijuana DUI

Pennsylvania Marijuana DUI Lawyers

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A driving under the influence charge, aka a DUI, can happen one of two ways in Pennsylvania. If you have been drinking alcoholic beverages and are above the legal limit of .08 and are pulled over you can be arrested for DUI in Pennsylvania. The second way you can be arrested for driving under the influence in Pennsylvania is if you are under the influence of drugs such as marijuana, cocaine, opioids or Xanax. Marijuana is a very common street drug in the Philadelphia area. People often smoke marijuana and then opt to operate a motor vehicle which can lead to being arrested. If you are facing Pennsylvania Marijuana DUI charges you should immediately speak with Philadelphia County Pennsylvania Marijuana DUI Lawyer Alfonso Gambone.

Do not wait to contact Delaware County Marijuana DUI Defense Attorney Alfonso Gambone to discuss your case. With an office in Center City he serves those facing criminal, DUI, DWI, drug possession and gun charges in PA & NJ. Mr. Gambone has been defending those accused of DUI and drug crimes in the Philadelphia metro area for many years. Let him fight to protect your rights, reputation and driving privileges.

Penalties For Driving Under The Influence Of Marijuana In Pennsylvania

A DUI conviction, even a first offense, can disrupt your life now and in the future. Upon conviction you will face severe fines, fees, increased insurance premiums and a loss of driving privileges. 

If you were found with drugs in the car at the time of the DUI arrest you will face additional charges related to the drugs such as drug possession and possession of drug paraphernalia. The consequences for these charges can be substantially more severe than the marijuana DUI charges and can involve fines, fees, community service and jail time.

Signs Of Driving Under The Influence Of Marijuana

There are several signs that can lead police to believe you were possibly driving under the influence of marijuana. They are:

Smell of marijuana in car

Driving excessively slowly

Erratic driving behaviors

Slurred speech

Bloodshot eyes

Impaired cognitive function

Impaired motor skills

Marijuana DUI Defense In Pennsylvania

Defending a marijuana DUI case is different than a conventional alcohol induced DUI. Initially it must be determined that the police had reason to pull you over. Once it is established that the police had sufficient reason to pull you over the focus of the defense may shift to how was the marijuana detected in your system. Typically a blood or urine test is used to determine the concentration of THC, a breakdown product of marijuana consumption, in your blood or urine. There can be flaws in a marijuana blood or urine test that can help your case in court. Flaws may be test accuracy, was the marijuana medically prescribed and how long had it been since you ingested it prior to driving. Mr. Gambone will use his in depth knowledge of Pennsylvania DUI Law and Pennsylvania Marijuana Laws to devise a solid and strategic defense. Having your charges dropped or dismissed is his ultimate goal. If that cannot happen he will do her best to have the charges lessened.

Contact A Pennsylvania Marijuana DUI Defense Lawyer

Call Temple University Marijuana DUI Lawyer Alfonso Gambone to discuss your case, your rights and how to protect them Or, you can contact Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Cannabis DUI Defense Attorney Alfonso Gambone here via email. You need an experienced and aggressive defense attorney who truly has your best interest in mind. Let Mr. Gambone use his vast experience, knowledge and resources to work for you.

Mr. Gambone also specializes in defending non-Pennsylvania and NJ residents who have been charged with DUI, traffic violations and drug crimes in Pennsylvania but live in surrounding states such as Delaware, Maryland, Ohio, Washington D.C. and Virginia.