0.08 limit is no biggie for a serious drinker, he actually argues in court
Strange things are afoot at the Circle K.
A Texan who had a little too much to drink in Austin last week got behind the wheel of his eye-wateringly expensive Ferrari and promptly drove it off a cliff and into a ravine.
A police officer in Suffolk County, New York is being hailed for his heroism this week after leaping through the open window of a moving vehicle to save a toddler's life.
Video was recently released by the Minnesota State Patrol showing a trooper arresting an incredibly drunk Wal-Mart truck driver on Highway 10 back in July.
And we thought Canadians were nice.
This mother wishes she could turn back time.
A suspected drunk driver told a Santa Fe cop something most arresting officers never hear: 'Thank you.'
Albuquerque Police officers working a fatal DWI incident caught a second DWI driver when he blew through police barricades.
Recently surfaced dashcam footage shows law enforcement letting a fellow officer off the hook for a DWI.
In late 2015, two officers of the Blaine, Minnesota police department responded to an alarm call from the local Fleet Farm.
A man in Winnipeg spends his weekends reporting on drunk drivers as a way to process the grief of losing his son in a DUI crash.
A police station in Florida released footage of a reckless drunk driver spilling out of his car unable to stand last weekend as a warning to other drivers.
Years ago I was watching one of the endless streams of legal dramas flashing across my television. The story revolved around a man who had been drinking and then got into an accident. He immediately called his lawyer, who asked him if he had a bottle in the trunk, then advised him to immediately start drinking from it. By the time the police arrived on the scene, it would be impossible (or at least difficult) to ascertain whether he was already drunk when he was driving or whether he had, as he
The argument regarding the legalization of marijuana in Washington and Colorado has its fair share of both supporters and detractors. Some point to a drop in violent crimes and big bumps in tax revenue, while others will point to an increase the number of people driving under the influence. Interestingly, though, that little stat may actually add one more item into the pros column.
Philadelphia and Seattle have both seen drunk driving arrests decrease since services like Uber started operations.
Alcohol has played a large role in making Independence Day the deadliest day on the calendar for American drivers in recent years.
Consider our buzz harshed. Legal pot use in Washington and Colorado has had a number of benefits – the Highest State has seen a 2.5-percent drop in violent crime and a big bump in tax revenues ($10 million during the first third of 2014). Washington, meanwhile, is expecting a $190-million increase in tax revenues over the next few years. The legalization of marijuana has also – some might say predictably – contributed to increases in driving while high. Not cool, Washington and