Beefy breath confused for booze? It wouldn’t be the first time.
"There is no excuse for impaired driving," the Republican minority leader of New York's State Assembly wrote on Christmas Eve. Then guess what happened?
We’re not sure how eating durian can make you drive erratically, but it turns out it can confuse a Breathalyzer.
He apparently blew a 0.08, according to police chief James Craig.
Hound Labs says blood and saliva tests aren’t fair ways to detect cannabis impairment.
Consider your nose obsolete.
The bag is a collaboration between Frito-Lay and Mothers Against Drunk Driving, who hope that it will keep the roads safer in the hours before and after the Super Bowl on February 5.
A small but telling new study casts doubt on current protocol.
This could change the face of DUIs in the country.
The court ruled that forced breathalyzer tests do not require a warrant, but blood-alcohol tests still do, because taking blood is more intrusive.
The saliva tests to detect weed use will be administered by medical personnel in schools. In the case of students who are still minors, the results will be forwarded to their parents.
Cellebrite is developing mysterious new tech that would let police see if you were using your phone while driving.