DUID Victim Voices NEWS

Setting the record straight

The Denver Post reported on March 4, 2017 that Jesus Carreno received a maximum sentence of six years after pleading guilty to vehicular homicide due

Bad News, Good News

The bad news: Denver voters approved Initiative 300 in the November, 2016 election. Initiative 300 bypasses Amendment 64’s constitutional promise that legalized marijuana could not

There’s a better way

The fall 2016 issue of The Journal of Global Drug Policy and Practice featured our article, “Why a 5 ng/ml THC limit is bad public policy –

Good publicity!

  We’re getting the word out about DUID, and our research is now being acknowledged by the scientific community!  For the last few years, we’ve

More bad journalism

Jacob Sullum, a pro-pot writer for Reason and Fortune magazines, is at it again. This time, he claims that marijuana’s impact on crash risk has

Ineptitude from The Denver Post

At least six media outlets quickly issued a story on the February 10, 2016 release of DUI/DUID arrest statistics by the Colorado State Patrol (CSP). 

Dumbing down the jury pool

Forbes Magazine has joined the Denver Post, the Los Angeles Times and other rags that spread misinformation about drugged driving. Jacob Sullum’s Colorado’s Prosecutors Complain

Did the media promote stoned driving?

“New study shows no link between marijuana use and car accidents” taunts USA Today, reporting on the February 6 press release from the National Highway