This could also happen with pot, but you could very well be the designated driver after a party where pot was consumed and smell of pot.
Additionally, many other drugs do not give off an odor (like cocaine or IV drugs).
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If weed is less addicting than cigerretts and less dangerous than a bottle of whiskey, why is it illegal? As weed causes drowsiness, it can cause you to fall asleep at the wheel.
It causes problems with depth perception which can lead you to stop too soon or not soon enough or turn wrong, which could cause an accident.
In this case you would not be guilty of impared driving, but refused to be tested for other reasons.
The only reason to refuse a breathalyzer is if you think it's an infringment on your rights or if you are actually guilty.
It would be very easy for a person to refuse a blood test, and hard to get a conviction for impared driving when a person refuses to take the test.
With alcohol, there is generally the smell of alcohol.With alcohol refusing a breathalizer is considered an admission of guilt.It would not be the same with a drug test as the drug can stay in your system for a period of time, while not affecting your ability to drive, and submitting to a drug test that would show you have consumed drugs at some point could have an impact on your job or your reputation.And as stated above, it can cause impairment, just as alcohol can. Similar to opium, consumed mainly by Asians, the criminalization of marijuana was used to repress the ethnic traditions of an ethnic minority.Additionally, Mexicans were often interacting with black people in the south and giving them pot, which caused a great deal of paranoia as well.Obviously the more you smoke something the more likely it is that you will have cancer.