California Proposition 64 will be on the ballot for the November 8, 2016 election. If the proposition passes, recreational marijuana use will be legalized. It is important to understand that the legalization of marijuana will not make it legal to drive a vehicle if you are high or under the influence of marijuana. In contrast, police officers will likely increase patrols and readiness to crack down on DUI drivers that they suspect to be under the influence of marijuana. If an officer believes that your ability to drive is impaired due to use of marijuana, you can be arrested for DUI and your drivers' license can be suspended. DUI is a criminal conviction, not a traffic offense. If you are arrested for marijuana DUI, CONTACT Your Los Angeles DUI Lawyer Robert D. Berglund today for a FREE CONSULTATION.