There are two main reasons people come to Fair DUI: Our flyer and our DUI book. Here’s an example of the flyer:
The idea behind the flyer is that you keep it in your car and show it to police at checkpoints and traffic stops. This is NOT for everyone, nor for every situation. To find out whether the flyer is for you, and when you should (and shouldn’t) use it, please read more on our Flyer page.
To better understand police encounters and how to protect yourself, you should consider buying the Fair DUI book. At this writing (November 2013), the book has 16 reviews on Amazon with an average of 4.6 stars out of 5.
|1. On Kindle as low as 99 cents!
||2. Paperback from Amazon
Here’s a classic nonsense story from the mainstream media: NBC – Pot fuels drugged riving deaths.
And here’s the quote that shows the stupidity:
Cannabinol, a remnant of marijuana, was found in 12.2 percent of those deceased drivers during 2010, (up from 4.2 percent in 1999).
Cannabinol is weak. It is a “metabolite” of THC, the result of what happens after the body breaks down THC. It is far less likely to cause impairment, if THC even causes impairment. So this statistic shows a tripling of a non-impairing substance in the blood of deceased drivers.
Thank you NBC and mainstream media for misleading the public. Again.
Our friends at Honor Your Oath used the Fair DUI flyer in a checkpoint in Gainesville, Florida. Here’s the video, with some explanation at the beginning:
We at Fair DUI are happy to show our first model, wearing our t-shirt to school on dress-down day.
Thanks to her and her dad, a Fair DUI lawyer somewhere up north.
The Dallas Morning News complains about a 16-year-old who caused four deaths in a DUI crash, getting probation rather than a 20-year jail sentence.
The writer, @MikeHashimoto, comes to the wrong conclusion:
Despite all the death in his wake, Ethan Couch didn’t learn a thing he didn’t already know: It’s far better to come from that wealthy place where actions seldom have those nasty old consequences. That’s for other folks.
The problem is not that the judge was lenient on this wealthy teen. The problem, rather, is how harshly our so-called justice system treats other folks. Ten years of probation, with treatment, seems a sound approach for any 16-year-old who’s had an incident like this.
Fair DUI author and founder Warren Redlich was interviewed this morning on the Liberty Underground Show on the 1787 Network. The video is below, showing the hosts. The interview with Warren (appearing by phone only) starts around 27 minutes and 30 seconds in.
Thanks to Alexander Snitker for putting us on the show. He is a leader of the Libertarian Party in Florida.