Sometime next year, a Colorado company hopes to have a prototype of a hand-held device that can test a person’s THC level. Lifeloc Technologies, of Wheat Ridge, CO makes blood alcohol content detectors and recently won a grant from the state to create a similar device for marijuana.
Barry Knott is President and CEO of Lifeloc. He says law enforcement has no way to test for THC during a traffic stop. Knott spoke with APR's Roger Adams.
Colorado law on driving high information is HERE
Lifeloc Alcohol Detection Products are HERE
Marijuana and the Workplace information is HERE
Goggles that simulate being drunk or high are HERE