As early as 2026, new cars will have to come equipped with "advanced drunk and impaired driving prevention technology."
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A Study Finds That Crash Injuries in 5 States Rose After They Legalized Marijuana Use but Not After They Allowed Marijuana Sales
Adding to the puzzle, another study from the same organization found "no increased crash risk" associated with cannabis consumption.
District Attorney George Brauchler: "Bottom line is if one of us had been in that car and not officer Nate Meier, you ask me if I think it would have been treated differently, I do."
The chief weighs in: "Poor choices were made on Christmas night."
Brian Kolb was arrested on New Year's Eve for driving under the influence.
This Chronicle of Sloppy Alcohol Breath Testing Highlights the Hidden Problems With Supposedly Scientific Forensic Evidence
Even when a technology is valid in theory, haphazard methods can lead to wrongful convictions.
SCOTUS says it is constitutional for police to draw blood from unconscious drunk driving suspects.
Warrantless "implied consent" laws are under review over Fourth Amendment concerns.
Spoiler alert: It didn't work.
New Jersey State Police Sgt. Marc Dennis was charged with falsifying records.
Police say a drunk, off-duty NYPD officer crashed his vehicle and punched a witness before attempting to flee the scene.
A new report calls for a coordinated federal, state, and local crackdown on all drinkers.
The facts and the law are on Alex Wubbels' side.
More than 250 officers in the state are trained to recognize the use of seven different drugs.
The network misreads federal data, conflating positive drug tests with impairment.
The officer thought Amanda Houghton's unsteadiness was suspicious enough to justify handcuffs and a chest pat-down.
Driving after toking is not safe, but it's not as dangerous as prohibitionists claim.
The 6-to-1 ruling says it's unconstitutional to punish people for withdrawing "implied consent."
Three DUI cases give SCOTUS a chance to clarify the constitutional requirements for drug and alcohol testing.
May States Impose Criminal Penalties on Suspected Drunk Drivers Who Refuse to Submit to Warrantless Blood Tests? SCOTUS Will Soon Decide
The Supreme Court agrees to hear three new cases dealing with drunk driving suspects and the Fourth Amendment.
Police aren't happy about it.
NY Sheriff's Deputy Turns Off Dashcam While Pulling Over Drunk Cop, Drunk Cop Allegedly Assaults Officers Trying to Arrest Him
Deputy says he knew cop from high school so felt comfortable turning off the dash-cam. DA worried there may not be policies in place.