The Seattle Post-Intelligencer had a an article that caught our notice. A man was arrested for driving under the influence (DUI) in Kirkland. Besides driving at an inconsistent speed, the driver garnered the attention of the police by vomiting not once, but twice out his car’s window.
In this case, the man refused a take field sobriety tests and breathylazer tests but Washington law allows police to get a search warrant for a blood alcohol test. Refusing to submit to blood alcohol tests can result in automatic suspension of your driver’s license even if you were not above the legal limit.
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