Since Colorado legalized marijuana use, criminal defense attorneys in Denver, CO have been working with many clients who were pulled over for drugged driving. These DUI attorneys, and state officials, would like you to know that drugged driving can lead to a DUI charge—just like drunk driving. Watch this video to find out how Colorado state officials are spreading the word about the risks of drugged driving.
You’ll see a smoke simulator inside the car, which rapidly fills up the vehicle with thick smoke. The officials plan to place the car in areas where large crowds gather, such as concerts, sporting events, and malls. It’s intended to raise public awareness and to decrease marijuana-related accidents and DUI charges.