Driving Under the Influence of Marijuana: The Medical Evidence
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Date: Thursday, July 8, 2021
Time: 12:00–1:00 p.m.
Cost & Registration: This webinar is for Members only, with special Covid-19 pricing of $25 regular, $15, living lightly, or $10 law students.
Members must log in to register.
CLE: 1 general credit, pending approval. The webinar will be recorded and available for purchase/CLE credit.
Presenter: Dr. Rachna Patel, recognized expert in the field of medical cannabis | Read more
Moderator: Max Mizejewski, Eugene
This presentation will take a look at the most common misconceptions around driving and marijuana, providing answers to questions such as:
• How does marijuana affect psychomotor performance?
• How does marijuana affect driving performance?
• Does the dose of marijuana consumed matter?
• Is there a correlation between THC blood levels and degree of impairment?
• Do standard field sobriety tests measure impairment?
• How to test for marijuana?
Who may attend?
This program is open to defense lawyers and those professionals and law students directly involved in the defense function.
What’s included in the fee?
• Webinar admission
• Written material in advance
• CLE credit
Written materials are sent in advance to all participants. No-shows who are OCDLA members will have access to view the recording after the CLE. Recordings are available to OCDLA members only; nonmembers who do not attend are ineligible to receive recordings or a refund.