This happens more than people think. It sounds so rare but it does happen. I know that some people get purposefully arrested to get taken to the hospital/VA.
Unintended consequences... it is one of the most appropriate terms for a San Diego DUI. Does someone's decision making need to be scrutinized by their employer if someone gets a San Diego DUI?
There is something that does not fit when reading an article like the one below saying where you are most likely to get busted for a DUI.
Every San Diego DUI is different. Some cases have aggrevated facts while others really are not issues at all. I had a case not too far back where the driver was charged with a DUI at 6am after pulling over and was sleeping when police woke him.
This is an pretty crazy story. Someone puts their job, pension, and reputation on the line to likely make a few bucks. It is not worth it. It will be interesting to see how it turns out.
I was reading an article about Ohio DUI license plates. Do you know that if you get a DUI in Ohio you will have to obtain special license plates for your car.
One thing that the prosecution has to weigh is the potential war chest the defense will bring in on a case. I imagine the defense in this case had lined up a large number of experts that average clients would not be able to mount. It would be interesting to see what the guys blood alcohol level is and see how embellished the report is. It just goes to show not every case is the same in DUI.
"Officer is it reasonable to be scared when taking these tests? How many test runs do you give the person (none)? The Tests are often done in sometimes dark and cold locations right? The tests are done when the person is driving home tired and they are jolted up by the stop and investigaation right? The driver may be distracted by being overwhelmed by the situation right? People in the end may just have previous injuries or bad balance to begin with right? Do you take that into account when evaluation how they perform and the clues you are looking for?
Alcohol and driving is a bad mix. It is a grey area where it is legal up to a point. People make unwise decisions. They should not be judged on what is likely the worst decision of their lives. If this young guy was in fact DUI then he will likely be held accountable. One good thing is his family may have the resources to handle if there is any more issues other than unwise choices.