Non-Defense Aid to Pakistan should End, U.S. Congress

The U.S. House of Representatives joined the Senate recently to ask fora halting of the U.S. economic assistance to Pakistan while Trump administration has already halted its military assistance to Pakistan. A bill was introduced in the House saying the non-defense assistance to Pakistan should now be put to an end and the money set […]

A New Impaired Driving Campaign by Weyburn Police

Drinking and driving has been reported as being one of continuous problems in Saskatchewan Canada, but now Weyburn Police is attempting to take new steps by offering free taxi rides. An initiative to curb Drunk Driving in Weyburn, Saskatchewan is hoping to minimize the chances of alcohol related car accidents by offering free voucher rides. […]

A deadly Car Smash by a Drunk Driver in the Bronx

A drunk motorist set off a deadly chain of a car crash that led to the death of a man and two injured ladies in the Bronx, 3rd Feb 2018, early Saturday late at night at 2:50 a.m., reported by the police. The drunken, Andres Mayora, 56 was driving a Jeep northbound up Bronx Blvd. […]

How does the Fourth Amendment affect a drunk driving case?

Under the Fourth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution and under state established arrangements, one has the right to be secured in their persons, papers and effects. When police or law enforcement has administered a compulsory blood test, especially without a warrant, then there may be Fourth Amendment issues present such as those involving searches and […]

Drinking & Driving Regulations in the United States

Drunk driving is a particularly significant issue in the US, where drunk driving has been a factor somewhere in the range of 40% of all fatalities. More than 1.8 million individuals are arrested for drunk driving every year. Arbitrary breathalyzer tests are allowed in a few states, while others require police to have reason to stop […]

Deactivating President Trump’s Twitter Account

Many individuals fantasize about sensational approaches to stop their employment. One mysterious Twitter representative purportedly followed up on one such dream. For eleven minutes in November of 2017, President Trump’s own Twitter account was deactivated. Twitter’s underlying clarification was that the deactivation was because of human error. In any case, it appears this was no […]

49 Alabama sheriffs are sued over pocketed inmate-meal funds.

Two civil rights groups have sued 49 Alabama sheriffs to learn whether they personally pocketed unspent money used for inmate meals. The sheriffs may be relying on a “dubious interpretation” of state law that says they may “keep and retain” leftover prisoner meal money, according to a press release by the groups that filed suit, […]

Penalties for drinking and driving in the US

Punishments for DWI/DUI’s usually include fines, possible jail time, and even on-the-spot driver’s license suspension. A first conviction for drunk driving offenses are a substantial fine and suspension of your license for up to 6 months. In nearly 40 states, jail time from 1 to 60 days is required after the first or second offense […]