OH police trained to ID drivers' drug impairment
A program that trains law enforcement officers in Ohio to recognize whether drivers are impaired from drugs is drawing praise from prosecutors and law-enforcement officials, while criminal defense attorneys say such assessments are scientifically inaccurate.
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#1 May 28, 2013
Here is how the program works
cops pull someone over. They look at their log and ticket book. If they are on regular time and it is near lunch or shift end the driver has to be crazy on bath salts or lsd. If the cops are on overtime and they have not had enough dui tickets that month then the can see the driver is impaired.
It is all about revenue and convenience for the cops. Woukdn't want the union thugs to work or follow the constitution etc.
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