Golden Coast. Drivers Wrongly Penalized After Faulty Stunning Tests

On March 16, more than two years after the start of the case, the criminal court acquitted H., a forty-something without history prosecuted for driving under cocaine. The prosecution did not appeal and this decision is now final. This case is emblematic of the problems of reliability of the saliva tests carried out since 2008 because they are easier and less expensive to implement than a blood test.

Tested positive for cannabis and cocaine, he falls from the clouds

H. was checked in Sombernon on January 8, 2020. The saliva sample was positive for cannabis and cocaine. H. is flabbergasted: he assures that he does not consume either of them. To prove his innocence, he performs a urine analysis and a blood test a few days later,…