Are you ready for a nanny cam in your car?
If you recently failed a Breathalyzer test and now face drunk driving charges, you might feel as though you don't have any options for defending yourself. This feeling is understandable, but you may have more opportunities to challenge the results than you expect.
Americans are suffering. The rates of death due to drug addiction, alcoholism and suicide hit record highs in 2017 -- averaging 72.4 fatalities for every 100,000 people throughout the nation.
There's no doubt about it: Drinking and driving is a terrible idea. Despite all of the ad campaigns, public service announcements, roadside checkpoints and the stiff penalties for driving while intoxicated (DWI), people still make the same mistakes they've made for decades.
Modern technology can do a lot of things -- but it can't help you avoid a drunk driving charge.