Monthly Archives: March 2017

Juggling as a Field Sobriety Test


A college student who was stopped on suspicion of driving under the influence proved that he was sober by juggling. Ok, so the title is a little misleading. To be clear from the outset, the officer did not require Blayk … Continue reading

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Drug Counselor Convicted of DUI Murder Sentenced to 25 to Life


Back in 2014, I wrote about Sherri Wilkins, 55, a California substance-abuse counselor who hit a man with her vehicle and drove with him in her windshield for two miles. Wilkins was drunk at the time. In 2014 Wilkins pleaded … Continue reading

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If There Is Will There Is A Way


A mother in Pennsylvania was determined to drive home despite having had a couple of alcoholic drinks and an ignition interlock device. Shortly after successfully unlocking the ignition interlock device with the help of her eight-year-old daughter, Angela Daywalt, crashed … Continue reading

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