March 2014 Archives

Probe of drunk driving survey shines spotlight on driver's rights

Last month, we discussed the controversy that has arisen regarding a federal roadside survey intended to gather information about drunk driving and drugged driving. The survey is facilitated by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, which has enlisted the help of both private contractors and local police departments. The contractors and police take motorists off of the roads across the country and ask them to provide blood samples, or breath or saliva samples. The goal of the survey is to learn how many Americans are driving drunk or while impaired by drugs, but motorists have complained that the methodologies are unconstitutional.

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