Justin Bieber’s DUI Toxicology Report Shows Pills, Weed in Singer’s System

Justin Bieber Tested Positive for Marijuana, Prescription Drugs During DUI Arrest

DUI ToxicologyOn January 23rd, teen pop idol Justin Bieber was arrested on DUI charges in Miami while reportedly drag racing. Now, his DUI toxicology report has come back, and the singer has tested positive for marijuana and prescription drugs as well.

A urine sample taken while Bieber was jailed on DUI charges showed that the pop star had THC as well as Alprazolam, known by the brand name Xanax, in his system.

Reportedly, Bieber confessed to police that he was driving under the influence of alcohol, marijuana, and prescription medications.

“Yeah, we were smoking all night at the studio,” he allegedly confessed, according to the DUI Test Report obtained by The News.

Police reports also state that the pop singer had trouble with the Breathalyzer test at the police station. He “continuously attempted to grab” the Breathalyzer hose despite being told not to, and “became agitated” when asked to take the test correctly.

However, his blood alcohol readings as registered by the Breathalyzer were 0.014 and 0.011, taken three minutes apart, which is under the legal limit for underage drivers.

Bieber was also charged with driving with an expired license, and resisting arrest.

The singer’s arraignment has been scheduled for February 14th – Valentine’s Day – and Bieber has entered a plea of not guilty to all of the charges, including the DUI.

Although the DUI in Miami was Bieber’s first arrest, he has followed with two additional, unrelated charges. He was charged in Toronto for assault on a limo driver after a hockey game on December 30th. His house in California was also raided as part of an investigation into a neighbor’s complaints about a January 9th “egging incident,” in which Bieber reportedly threw several eggs at a neighbor’s home, causing $20,000 in damages. Police reportedly found more drugs in Bieber’s home, which police initially reported to be cocaine but now investigators believe to be MDMA, aka Molly or ecstasy.

Consequences of Underage DUI

South Carolina’s strict zero tolerance policy and the future implications of an underage drinking conviction make it critical that you contact a South Carolina underage drinking lawyer to protect your rights.

If you are under 21 and and your blood alcohol (BAC) is at least .02 and less than .08:

  • License (or permit) suspended or withheld for three months for a first offense; six months for a second offense within five years.
  • License suspended for six months if chemical test is refused during a first offense; a one-year suspension if it’s the second offense within five years.

However, it is important for you to know that you are entitled to an Administrative Hearing to seek reinstatement of your driving privileges while your case is pending.

A driver who is over the age of 18 but under 21 charged with DUI may additionally be charged with child endangerment and subject to additional criminal penalties if they are carrying a passenger younger than 16.

The Strom Law Firm Can Help with Underage DUI Charges

The DUI defense attorneys at the Strom Law Firm are based in Columbia, SC and collectively have more than 50 years of complex litigation experience. If you or a loved one are under age and have been charged with a DUI, you will need help defending your rights. Contact the Strom Law Firm today for a free, confidential consultation to discuss the facts of your case. 803.252.4800

About Pete Strom

Defending criminal charges including drug crimes, DUI, CDV, mail fraud, wire fraud, bank fraud, computer crimes, money laundering, and juvenile crimes, Pete also handles Federal and State investigations. Representing individuals in Civil Matters including Class Actions, Personal Injury, Qui Tam Actions, Defective Products, Nursing Home Neglect, and Professional Licensing Defense cases. Joseph Preston “Pete” Strom, Jr., the managing partner at Strom Law Firm, L.L.C., has been fighting for justice since 1984.

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