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Drunk Driving Arrests for drinking too Much Coffee?  

Are Police for "Public Safety", or are they 1% Law Enforcement and 99% acting as Armed Revenue Collectors for towns, cities, the state, and the government. These are undeclared taxes and lawyers and criminal operators of courts benefit from the corruption and abuse of the public. When is it going too far? Silence signifies acceptance.



Added: Mar-21-2017 Occurred On: Mar-21-2017
By: SvenVonErick
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Tags: US, California Highway Patrol, DUI, OUI, arrests, police misconduct, judicial abuse, US Police State, NDAA, TPP, UN, Agenda 21, tyranny, Stark Raving Viking, blog
Location: Sacramento, California, United States (load item map)
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  • Maybe you should make cure your story is correct before forming an opinion.

    http://www.snopes.com/man-charged-driving-influence-caffeine/

    He was arrested for erratic driving, nearly causing 3 accidents, and acting 'amped-up' and failing 3 sobriety tests.

    The toxicology did not find anything but caffeine, but his front seat was loaded with all sorts of work-out supplements (which often contain GHB, known to cause amphetamine-like effects and intoxication if overused)

    Standard toxi More..

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  • Lots more to this story than the coffee part. Google the guy's name.

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  • Driving While Incaffeinated?

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  • Pics of your wife or I'm not buying that the cop wanted her!!

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  • How about driving while being nagged by the old lady?

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  • I'd break their meter.

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  • I have a solid understanding of our wonderful US law and I know for sure it is mostly there to generate revenue and to get you in the 'system.' When cops go out on patrol, their main objective is to instigate issues when they cross civilians and generate as much revenue as they can off of you AND they want you in their system. Cops/government WANT you in their system any way they can get you. This is all fact.

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  • There's a reason they're called pigs.

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  • oh shut the fuck up.

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  • I don't even bother with drinking coffee anymore. Now, I use an IV drip....

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  • Armchair lawyers...awesome!

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  • In the UK the offence is 'driving whilst unfit through drink or drugs'. The drugs can be anything at all that impairs the ability to drive - prescribed, illegal or 'Not Illegal Yet'.

    Caffeine could easily fit into this if the driver is affected. Because crashing is OK, right?
    /Disclaimer: UK cops are not paid by results, do not see any of the proceeds.

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    • @Lunkhead so who gets to decide what the "legal limit" of caffeine or cough syrup is? If it's not in the law, it doesn't exist. That's why we have laws. If a driver is acting erratically on the road there are already laws that cover this - dangerous driving, reckless driving, etc. IT IS NOT THE JOB OF THE POLICE TO MAKE UP LAWS AS THEY GO ALONG. Especially when they're trying to do it because they don't like you and would rather you get jail time or some harsher punishment instead of More..

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    • @Dunbal 
      It's a roadside impairment test, which will then be repeated in a station by a medical practitioner.

      /Consider easing off on the caffeine.

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  • what was his BAC? it's a bitch. arrested, vehicle impounded, jail time, big fine, license suspended. coffee Anonymous meetings. was this his first offense for driving under the influence of coffee?

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  • so people go drive on adderall but not coffee?!? WTF

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  • Don't give any details about the coffee

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  • U wot m8?

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  • Cool story brah, whats the legal limit on caffeine then?

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  • So your wife was banging the cop?

    You should finish the story bro, we need to know!

    Voted

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  • No longer drunk driving, but DUI, Driving under the influence, or DWI- Driving while Impaired is a legal term that is meant to give leeway to police to take people who are IMPAIRED by anything off the road if they prove hazardous to themselves or others.

    Caffiene/Red bull/Drugs/Sleep deprivation/Alcohol/ Over the counter medications, even sleep aids like Ambien can all get a DWI, as well as energy boosting, amphetamine-like drinks, pills or hyper-alert pills that truck drivers get from truck More..

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  • well, if you an illegal facing deportation DUI isn't really a crime.

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  • dui= driving under the influence

    I guess if it makes you shakey enough lol

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  • We could make driving while impaired illegal, but we choose not to enforce such laws.

    For decades now we have had a roadside ability to accurately measure impairment. Today the machine looks very much like an immersive video game and measures far more than reaction time.

    If has been suggested such machines be used but the politicians even if at first supportive quickly remove their support when they find out that the majority of drivers on the road today would fail basic ball/kid challen More..

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