Recent reports have shown that drunk driving arrests have trended down in the last two years in the San Francisco bay area. What would cause a decline in nearly 2,400 arrests in a two-year span? At first, authorities and the city were scratching their head. Then they realized the factor introduced that could have impacted the result of fewer drunk driving arrests.
For better or worse, police officers often receive training in identifying objects that could indicate drug use. The problem is that people who abuse, sell and manufacture drugs use everyday objects. For this reason, a police officer may immediately suspect an individual of possessing drugs due to the presence of one or more object in your possession.
Everyone stops out for a drink after work, right? This isn't exactly true, although many do indulge in spirits after work hours. How a person gets home after enjoying a few drinks is important. It is illegal to get behind the wheel when one is intoxicated beyond the legal limits.