Breathalyzers, blood tests and standard sobriety tests can be used by police officers to ascertain to a high degree of accuracy whether a driver has been impaired by alcohol. However, no such measures are available to law enforcement for the purpose of identifying drivers who are under the influence of marijuana. A company based in Quincy, Massachusetts, seems to have found a way to test for marijuana impairment, and the test relies on tears as samples for this test.
Impairment Measurement Marijuana and Driving (“IMMAD”) is working with the Biomedical Forensics Program of Boston University’s School of Medicine to refine how tears can be used to establish the quantity of active cannabinoids within a driver’s body as a measure…
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