Drug DUI / Impaired by Cannabis 

Caught Driving While Impaired by Cannabis?

If you've charged by the police with driving while impaired by cannabis (or LSD, psilocybin, psilocin ("magic mushrooms"), ketamine, PCP, cocaine, methamphetamine or 6-mam), you are now in a world of pain. 

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Penalties You Face
If you've been charged, you've already lost your Driving Licence for 90 days and are now facing serious criminal charges that could result in hefty fines, mandated costs, a year or longer ban from driving your automobile, mandatory jail-time in relation to how much drug you had in your system at the time of your arrest, and a Criminal Record that restricts your employment opportunities and your ability to travel internationally. 

Your Insurance Company Will Not Be Impressed
If you can actually obtain automobile insurance, your rates will likely triple overnight. 

Your Employer Will Not be Impressed
Many employment contracts (including union agreements) make it mandatory to report when an employee has been charged with a criminal offence,  and mandate mandatory employment termination upon conviction. So, if you're up for promotion - forget about it!  Professionals such as doctors, accountants, lawyers or engineers automatically lose their licence to practice upon a criminal conviction.  Professional drivers such as truck drivers, taxi drivers, Uber drivers, etc. will no longer be employable upon conviction.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

You  Face Harsh Penalties In Proportion to The Amount of Drug in Your System

People convicted of Drug DUI / Impaired by Cannabis face the following penalties:

  • Having between 2 and 5 nanograms of THC per ml of blood within two hours of driving results in a $1,000 fine and a criminal record.

  • Having over 5 nanograms of THC per ml of blood within two hours of driving could be either a summary or indictable offence, and the punishment ranges from a $1,000 fine to a maximum of 10 years in jail for repeat offenders and a criminal record.

  • Having both alcohol and THC in your system would be a hybrid offence, indictable or summary, and would also be punishable by a $1,000 fine to a maximum of 10 years in jail for repeat offenders and a criminal record.

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Speak to an experienced Drug DUI Lawyer
for FREE right now. Call  (416) 400-6668  24/7

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Avoid the Harsh Penalties and Life-long Hassles of an Impaired by Cannabis Conviction

Getting caught driving impaired by cannabis can result a criminal record and have a significant impact on your freedom and lifestyle. The stakes are high, and when stakes are high,  experience matters. Our experienced Drug DUI / Impaired by Cannabis legal team and drug recognition experts can help eliminate or reduce your charges.


Hire a lawyer with a track record of getting Impaired by Cannabis Charges Dropped or Reduced

  • Speak to an Experienced Drug DUI / Impaired by Cannabis Lawyer now 

  • Get a Free Initial Consultation

  • Get Straight Answers to All Your Questions

  • Remember: you don’t go to court. We go for you. Our battle-hardened team of lawyers and drug recognition experts will challenge and defend your case in court

  • We Offer Budget-Friendly Financing to help you pay for your defence

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Speak to an Experienced Drug DUI Lawyer

for FREE right now. Call  (416) 400-6668  24/7

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Value from Experience

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