D.U.I by DOPE? Oh yes. Under Georgia’s DUI law, if you are “impaired” by alcohol, illegal drugs, legal prescriptions, or any combination of the three, to a degree where you are a “less safe driver”, you can be convicted of DUI. Marijuana cases are somewhat harder for Law Enforcement to prove, as the physical manifestations of marijuana, or prescription drugs, are harder for most Cops to detect. But “THC’, the chemical component in marijuana, can stay in the bloodstream for up to 30 days, and a “Chronic” daily smoker can build up a very high level of THC in his blood stream.
As Pittsburgh Steeler running back La’veon Bell, stopped by the police just hours before a game, will soon find out, getting high 2 hours before a traffic stop can lead to criminal charges of DUI, and possibly misdemeanor possession of Marijuana.