06-24-2014 06:26 AM
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  1. Scott7217's Avatar
    Problem with drunk driving is it is not just the drunks life they are risking. They are risking other people's lives. It changes the equation big time.
    The US Supreme Court agrees with you as shown in the case, Michigan Dept. of State Police v. Sitz. In 1990, the Court voted 6-3 that DUI checkpoints comply with the Fourth Amendment for reasonable search and seizure.

    Law enforcement has a compelling interest to get drunk drivers off the road since they injure and kill many people. In the Court's opinion, the inconvenience of DUI checkpoints to drivers is negligible.
    06-24-2014 12:41 AM
  2. anon8126715's Avatar
    I was also recently working with a guy that was drunk on the job 99% of the time. I think he came to work sober on the 1st day. He claims the reason he drank was cause he was "bored". The part that I can't help scratch my head is the contract we're working on wasn't that hard at all and there was a real possibility of him being recruited for a higher level because so many people were vacating positions. I can understand enjoying the warm buzzy feeling of a few drinks, but to let it dominate my life, I don't understand it in the least. We had to release the guy a few weeks ago. Something tells me that he'll be at it again soon.
    06-24-2014 06:26 AM
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