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Scientists at Washington State University are reportedly developing a marijuana breathalyzer device that would allow law enforcement to test drivers for marijuana intoxication.
Breathalyzers are currently one of the methods used to test the blood alcohol concentration of a driver suspected of DUI. But Washington State University scientists believe that same technology can be repurposed to allow for the officers to determine marijuana intoxication, reports The Seattle Times.
What should you know about this marijuana breathalyzer and marijuana DUIs in general? Here are five things to keep in mind:
Learn more about drug and alcohol DUIs at FindLaw's section on DUI Law.