Driving High In Nevada

Nevada has some of the harshest laws against marijuana DUI. Be sure to familiarize yourself before you're caught bombed and bombing down the road.

Driving High In Nevada

Nevada jumped onto the legalized pot bandwagon in 2016 along with California and Massachusetts. However, Nevada has sided more with the latter when it comes to dispersing punishments. As you can see, at a minimum if you're caught driving under the influence of marijuana you get prison time or community service, a fine, a license suspension, DUI school, and could be directed to meet victims of DUI to hear what kind of impact it has had on them. In short, Nevada is probably the toughest state to crack down on marijuana DUI.

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