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Hi, I am sorry to hear about this.
Is this your first driving offence?
A single cannabis joint will cause an average peak concentration of 84.3 – 162 micrograms (the legal limit being 2 micrograms). This will then drop rapidly over the following 4 – 6 hours, with a blood concentration of less than 2 micrograms expected to be reached within 7 – 12 hours (depending upon your tolerance to THC). you only had 6.5. You could argue that you smoked cannabis the day before but not at the time of the offence.
You could also potentially argue passive smoking for cannabis as a special reason.
You will probably need to plead guilty and argue what we call special reasons:
Special reasons must meet the following criteria:
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