DUI for Marijuana Intoxication in Tacoma, Washington
In January 2013, the State of Washington legalized the use of marijuana for recreational purposes. Since that time, hundreds of drivers have been arrested and charged with driving under the influence (DUI) of marijuana. Washington’s DUI laws include harsh penalties for even first-time offenders. A marijuana DUI conviction can be a devastating experience for an individual and his or her family.
You may face jail time, substantial fines and a suspension of your driver’s license if convicted of marijuana DUI. These penalties can have a ripple effect on your personal life, family and career. An arrest for DUI for marijuana warrants taking swift action. A strong defense may help you protect your rights and minimize the impact of your charges.
We respect how stressful a marijuana DUI can be for you and your loved ones. Our firm treats such cases with the care and dedication they deserve. Below, you will find answers to some of the questions we commonly hear from clients with cases similar to your own.