The Atlanta paper describes a suspected drunk driver who crashed into a building, got out of the car, and went to the bar next door for a drink.
walked away from the wreckage to a nearby bar, where he continued drinking …
the witness who called 911 told them that the driver had walked next door to the Anchor Bar.
When officers went to the bar, “the driver was sitting at the bar drinking a beer,” according to the incident report.
Why was this the right move? Because the police can’t get a valid test of his blood alcohol content. Any test would include the alcohol from after he was driving. It’s very difficult, maybe impossible, to prove intoxication without that.
Fair DUI would like to thank Rashad Williams for this instructive lesson. But please drive more carefully in the future.