Harris County Is Drowning in Drunk People's Blood. Dallas, Thankfully, Is Not

Sep 20, 2012 Full story: Dallas Observer

Last week, Harris County District Attorney Patricia Lykos asked Attorney General Greg Abbott for some advice.

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#1 Sep 20, 2012
"But, to the layperson at least, indefinitely storing the blood of a guy who was pulled over for his fifth DWI seems an unnecessary waste of space and resources. Whether that has to happen will be up to Abbott and ultimately, if they decide to clarify the law, legislators."

To bad, if the lay person wants to have reduced BAC for DUI, sobriety check points, criminalization of first offense and felonization of subsequent offenses, then the lay person has to be the pay person and show up with the state's money for a job well done, LOL!

You want bigger and more government for the purpose of attacking people, but yet you don't want to pay for what's on your shopping list, pay up!

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