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Drunk Proof Cars-- Will Big Brother Save Us??

Since graduating from George Mason University School of Law in 1988, I have had over 20 years of trial experience, defending citizens accused of a wide variety of misdemeanor and felony offenses in Northern Virginia.   Since 1999, my practice has been almost exclusively focused on the Fairfax County Courts, allowing me to gain an increasing familiarity with the Courts, Prosecutors and Judges here in Fairfax County, Virginia.  

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MADD has adopted a slogan that they will Eliminate Drunk Driving and it seems clear that new developing technology will attempt to impose passive alcohol sensors on all drivers. 

These devices follow a variety of proposed avenues to sense the presence of alcohol and deny the owner the ability to start their car.    We already have "blow-and-go" devices for convicted drivers, but our prediction is that the MADD mamas will try to have them put in all cars.   The passive devices won't work without all kinds of side effects and ultimately they will want to have us all blowing into an interlock device to start all new cars.     

More Details about Current Drunk-proof Vehicle Developments are Here 

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2 Comments to "Drunk Proof Cars-- Will Big Brother Save Us??"

If such devices are fitted in all cars than the level of alcohol drinkers will soon fall in our society,in other word it will be great news for people who are followers of "no drinking" but it will be too bad for the followers of "do drinking".
Posted by Pickup trucks on July 7, 2011 at 05:17 AM
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Posted by eagle county airport on March 31, 2011 at 03:47 AM

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