Saturday, December 4, 2010
DUI Law in the New Millennium
It is indeed axiomatic that as civilizations evolve there is a corresponding increase in new laws and regulations designed to conform the society to a given paradigm. Criminal laws are no different. In our current civil structure we have experienced this upward pressure particularly in the category of rules governing the use of motor vehicles, aka automobiles. It is evident that the legislative bodies have concluded we are unable to think for ourselves and conform our behavior to basic common sense. A good example of this is the criminalization of the use of cellular phones while driving and the use of active restraints such as seat belts. DUI laws are also on the agenda and we will see an increase in legislative interaction into how we govern those that use alcohol and drive.