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Marijuana breathalyzer startup conducts roadside test trials

Marijuana breathalyzer startup conducts roadside test trials with stoned drivers

“It’s a balance of public safety and fairness– impaired people should not be driving, but drivers should not be punished unfairly under arbitrary levels of THC that can be detected in the blood and saliva that don’t correlate to impairment,” says Lynn. -Read full article.


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Marijuana Breathalyzers to test California drivers

Mike Lynn, CEO of Hound Labs said, “We were not trying to arrest people. … Sure, we could arrest people and people are arrested every day for driving stoned, but the objective was not to put people in jail but to educate them and use the device if they volunteered so we could get the…


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Marijuana breathalyzers are rolling out to police

The machines work by detecting THC on the subject’s breath. Currently, law enforcement tests for marijuana use with saliva, urine and blood samples. Those tests are more complicated to administer and can show positive results for the presence of drugs taken even days prior; the breathalyzers are more targeted just to recent use. -Read full…


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Marijuana breathalyzer field tested by California police

Lynn says. “We were not trying to arrest people. …Sure, we could arrest people and people are arrested every day for driving stoned, but the objective was not to put people in jail but to educate them and use the device if they volunteered so we could get the data.” -Read full article.


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Can this breathalyzer help cops know if drivers are actually high?

According to Lynn, the 5 nanograms per milliliter amount lingers in the blood long after a person has stopped being an unsafe driver, and CNN’s 2013 report on stoned drivers backs that assertion up. “What happens is you get the arrest of people that may have smoked at a party three days ago,” said Lynn,…


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New tool detects drivers under the influence of marijuana

“In breath THC only stays for a really brief period of time,” Lynn said. “And so unlike saliva or blood or urine where what you did last weekend will still show up in that in breath it just doesn’t. It only shows up for a few hours.” -Read full article.


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