Sorry to hear about that family and your cousin's circumstance. But I am sure there were more factors in play then just a .09 BAC. The law and many other seem to ignore this fact.
If it weren't debatable then defense attorney that deal with it would not make as much money as they do.
Thanks for the lectures. Let me know when your high horses are tied to the barn and you are sfely removed from them.
Actually, he was over the blood alcohol level and came to a 2 way stop in a cross roads. He was suppose to stop, be he went into the left lane to pass 2 cars stopped at the sign, then t-boned a car.
Not sure what other factors there would be in there besides the fact he was under the influence and knowing him, would never do that sober.
Also, Those lectures are a 72 page study that if you clicked on the link of those stats, you would know.
Also, maybe you should watch that video of the lady who is burned from the face down and did not die from the crash.
Those links that I provided above should be watch by you... Might open your mind a little bit on driving while having Alcohol in your blood.
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