In the 1990’s the United States Supreme Court decided that somewhere in the Constitution there is something called a "DUI Exception".

The LIE that is DUI has caused the erosion of the 4th, 5th and 6th Amendments to the United States Constitution.  Please click on the link below to read a blog by 'The Dean of DUI Attorneys" Mr. Lawrence Taylor, Esq. to understand why there are unfair procedures, why there is false evidence in DUI criminal trials and the wholesale erosion of a person's rights in the DUI arena of justice. 

The DUI Exception to the Constitution

Not only is DUI the Exception to the Constitution, the over agressive enforcement of DUI has created a 'Rogue Cop'.  This video is just one example of thousands of videos on the internet that should be a wakeup call to everyone about the ‘hidden' dangers of driving after drinking.  If you drink and drive there's always the possibility of being pulled over by overagressive law enforcement officer who has morphed into that 'Rogue Cop' looking to arrest 'another' drunk driver and you could also get the living daylights beat out of you by his back-up officers.


Man  in  Diabetic  Shock  gets  Beat  &  Kicked  in  the  Face, then  Falsely  Arrested  for  DUI

Henderson,  NV  Cops  Beat  Man  in  Diabetic  Shock,  Kick  Him  in  Face

Here is a perfect example of the MADDness that MADD has created:
This non-stop media blitz by MADD has shifted society's perception of Constitutional Rights and afforded law enforcement officers the 'right' to literally beat the daylights out of you if they think you are DUI. Here's a perfect example of how the MADDNess of MADD Awards for DUI arrests has created a "ROGUE" warrior cop mentality and biased the public’s opinion on the 'dangers' of DUI with its tyrannical-like 'STOP-DUI at all cost' media manipulation.


Before all of this MADDness, if there was a possibility that you might be having a medical emergency while driving at night, the 1st question out of a law enforcement officer’s mouth would be, ‘Are you all right, do you need medical attention?


Now with MADD’s help in shifting society’s perception (a.k.a. MADDness of it all), the 1st question out of a law enforcement officer’s mouth is, “Have you had anything to drink tonight??? Or in this case he pulls his weapon out and draws down on an innocent man. Check out this video where Mr. Greene is having a diabetic medical condition ( while driving to work early in the morning) the 1st thing the law enforcement officer does is pull his weapon on a man who he suspects is DUI and then the back-up officers kicked the daylights out of Mr. Greene. They eventually search him and wind up finding insulin in his pocket, then call for medical assistance and joke about the ‘takedown’.


Henderson NV, Sgt. Brett Seekatz was disciplined after he was caught on tape beating a man who police pulled over in 2010. Adam Greene was pulled over after he was mistaken for a drunk driver. He was pulled out of the car, dragged to the ground, and kicked. Henderson, NV is a suburb of Las Vegas.


Security Videos, See What Really Happens at the Station

The lack of transparency in the whole process of a DUI, from the arrest to the officers arrest report, the breath test and the monthly inspections of the breath test device allows for manipulation of state’s evidence. How does a person arrested for DUI know when the law enforcement officer fabricates evidence or doesn’t follow DUI arrest policies and procedures?


There are hidden dangers when you are arrested for suspicion of DUI, from destruction of evidence to felony assault. When you drink and drive, you are only one drink away from being arrested for suspicion of DUI and this happening to you. This is a brutal assault on a vulnerable, passive victim!!  This woman was actually sleeping in her car instead of driving impaired but got arrested anyway!!  DUI laws aren't about safety, they're about the MONEY!!!  Why is it that states have 'Safe Harbor Laws' for newborn babies but, not Safe Harbor Laws for drivers who realize they 'might' be impaired and pull off the road to sleep or wait for a ride instead of risking driving impaired.


Police Brutality: Skokie Woman’s Face Shattered After Being Launched Into Concrete Jail Cell Bench


How is aggressive DUI enforcement eroding our Constitutional Rights? Forced Blood Draws.

If you refuse to give evidence against yourself, law enforcement will hold you down and forcibly draw blood from you. This is the MADDness of MADD.

Every day 3900 people are arrested for DUI in the United States. That’s 1.5 million people are year. Prosecutors think: ‘if it bleeds, it pleads.’ And they get money… million of it. And what do they do with your taxpayer money…???


It’s not just enforcement (which is a good thing)…


They will strap you down….Against your will… in a restraint chair… sometimes with great force… just like in this video…


There will be Blood on Our Hands

Video of altercation between police officers, 70-year-old goes viral

This video is just one of thousands on the internet and should be a wakeup call to everyone about the ‘hidden' dangers of driving impaired.  

A YouTube video involving Glynn County police officers and a 70-year-old woman arrested on DUI charges has drawn more than 90,000 views.
Witnesses said Kathleen Allegrone hit a car and refused to open the door to talk with police on Dec. 5 on St. Simons Island.
 Once the woman refused, witnesses – who asked to remain anonymous – said trouble began.
“An officer entered the vehicle, opened the driver’s side door and pushed her out to the ground,” said a witness.
They could see the officers pulling the woman toward their car, and even accused the officer of breaking her nose.
“It really looked like a UFC takedown. The tape doesn’t do it justice, either the slam or the anguish cry afterwards,” said a witness.
Seconds later, the officers asked the witnesses to stop recording and said, “I know it’s not against the law. I’m just asking you not to do it.”
 The witness videotaping the incident refused to stop recording.
“You don’t have to be a 70-year-old woman to die from a brain injury or be affected for life, and it’s just lucky she didn’t,” said the witness.
At least one officer has been suspended with pay pending an investigation.
Allegrone has been charged with DUI and felony obstructing officers. She is free on bond.


Hillsborough County Sheriff Office Central Breath Testing Unit Assault Videos 


Shock Video Shows Police Forcibly Drawing Blood 

Published on Jun 28, 2013

Shock video out of Georgia shows police strapping down citizens accused of drunk driving before using a needle forcibly draw blood as the victim screams, "what country is this?"
The policy of police obtaining a warrant to draw blood from those merely suspected of being drunk at a DUI checkpoint or a routine traffic stop has been in place for years across many states, but to actually see it in action is disturbing.

The clip shows individuals being strapped down on a padded table at the Gwinnett County jail. Even those who show no resistance whatsoever are forcibly restrained and have their heads pressed down by an officer using his elbow.

"We all are American citizens and you guys have me strapped to a table like I'm in Guantanamo f***ing Bay," complains another victim of the blood draw.

Mike Choroski, the man seen screaming "what country is this" as officers hold him down and take his blood without consent, is still awaiting trial, claiming that he is not guilty and there was no accident involving his vehicle.
"I'm a taxpaying American who refused something....I refused to do this....what happened to me in that room was unnecessary and nobody should have to do that," said Choroski.

"Holding down and forcing somebody to submit to this is really intrusive in terms of that level of invasive procedure into someone's body is ridiculous for investigating a misdemeanor," Attorney David Boyle told Fox 5 Atlanta, describing the forced blood draws as an "unreasonable search" under the 4th Amendment.

Despite the fact that citizens can lose their drivers license for a year if they refuse a standard breathlyser test, cops can then get a warrant to forcibly draw blood, "for every DUI stop, even if there's no accident or injury."

In Gwinnett County, Georgia police have carried out more than 100 forced blood draws since January.

"I'm stunned, I did not know that this was legal, I did not know they could take your blood without your consent," said a Fox 5 anchor in response to the clip, opining that the process was a violation of the 4th Amendment.

Georgia is one of numerous states that enforce "no refusal" checkpoints where police can forcibly draw blood. In 2005, the Supreme Court ruled that it is not unconstitutional for the state to hold down Americans and forcefully withdraw blood. A January 2013 ruling affirmed that a warrant must be obtained for the process, although police could dispense with the warrant requirement in an "emergency".


[FULL RAW]  WARNING  GRAPHIC  CONTENT  Mothers  DUI  Arrest  of  Christina  West 

Published on Sep 11, 2013

WARNING GRAPHIC CONTENT Mothers DUI Arrest of Christina West

Chilling video shows mother of two screaming in horror as police officers 'break her cheekbone during violent DUI arrest'

A video has surfaced showing Florida police officers slamming a 44-year-old woman onto the hood of a police car and then onto the ground with such force that she suffered a broken orbital bone in her face, a bloody nose and multiple other injuries.

The video - recorded by a dashboard camera inside a Tallahassee police cruiser and obtained by - begins with officers asking Christina West, a mother of two, to perform a field sobriety test. Following the test, she is handcuffed and placed into the back seat of a patrol car.

Several minutes later, one officer explains to another - who appears to be in training - how to formally request that West take a breathalyzer test. That officer then opens the door of the police cruiser where West is being held, asks her to take the test, and she agrees.

He orders her out of the police car and as she exits, she begins asking questions about her husband and her kids.

The officers order her to be quiet and a struggle ensues. About three seconds later, two loud smacks can be heard as her head appears to hit the police vehicle.

'Oh my God,' she groans, as one officer holds her head down on the vehicle while the other keeps her restrained.

'Don't f***ing touch me!' one officer shouts.

The woman, who is 5-feet, 6-inches tall and weighs 130 pounds, then lands face-first on the ground.

As an officer holds her head to the asphalt, she lets out a series of blood-curdling screams.

She cries that her face is in pain tells the officers that she has defecated in her pants.
'I think you broke my right cheek,' she says.

An officer responds: 'You're fine.'

'I'm not fine, you a**hole,' she says. 'I'm not fine. I'm not fine. I'm not fine. That was unnecessary and you know it.'

The officers put her in the back of the police car a couple seconds later and she continues screaming from inside the car until the video ends.

Florida state Attorney Willie Meggs called the footage 'very disturbing.'

'I am extremely upset,' Meggs told the Democrat. 'This is a very disturbing situation to me, and I'm dealing with it.'

West was charged with DUI and several counts of battery on a law-enforcement officer for the incident on Aug. 10. Prior to her arrest, she had reportedly driven her car off the road and into a home.

Her mugshot showed her right eye purple and swollen shut with dark bruising roughly the size of a baseball. Her nose is bloody and she also reportedly had scratches on her arms and legs. She was taken to the hospital immediately after arriving at the jail.

West's attorney, Fred Conrad, told that he is seeking compensation for his client, though it may not be in the form of a lawsuit.

'I was shocked to see this,' Conrad said. 'I can say I intend to pursue just compensation for Ms. West. And I can say I intend to do it relentlessly. I intend to make the police department pay for this. This is wrong. And they need to pay for it.'

A probable cause statement written by arresting Officer Chris Ormerod said West was 'placed on the ground' after she resisted being put in handcuffs.


Corrections  Officer  Slams  Inmate's  Head  Against  a  Concrete  Wall  in  Florida  Leaving  Bloody  Injury 

This video exposes one of the ‘hidden’ dangers of drinking and driving that MADD chooses not to disclose or create the same type of media frenzy when someone is injured or killed by a drunk driver. The reality is that assaults by rogue DUI cops like this happen over a hundred of times a day, the public rarely hears, reads or sees video of these types of incidents.  When you drink and drive, you run the risk of putting yourself in a situation just like this and unless there is video it’s your word against the rogue DUI cop like Officer Briaderick.   Don’t drink and drive, you could be the next person to have your held slammed into a concrete wall or floor.

Published on Dec 12, 2013 – Police Brutality During DUI Arrest Breath Test

Corrections Officer Slams Inmate's Head Against a Concrete Wall in Florida Leaving Bloody Injury

Video reveals the horrifying moment a corrections officer slams inmate's head against a concrete wall. Marion County Sheriff Office Corrections Officer Charles Broaderick smashes James Duckworth's head against the jail wall in Marion County, Florida after accusing the man of spitting at him. Broaderick then pins Duckworth to the wall by his neck as the man starts to bleed failing unconscious and bleeding from the head. Duckworth, who had been arrested before the October incident for driving under the influence, needed stitches. Officer Broaderick was arrested and now faces an assault charge - he has also been put on unpaid leave while the case continues

Dramatic video has revealed the moment a corrections officer smacked a suspect's head against a brick wall - leaving him with a bloody injury that needed stitches to close. Officer Charles Broaderick, 41, was arrested, charged with misdemeanor assault and locked up for just 13 minutes following the attack on James Duckworth at the Marion County Jail in Florida on October 8. Broaderick and two other officers were questioning Duckworth, who had been arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence. Broaderick claimed after the incident that Duckworth had been combative and needed to be restrained.

The newly-released video reveals that Duckworth was not combative and even complimented an officer, calling him 'a gentleman', before the attack, WKMG reported. Broaderick can be heard telling him: 'You're being treated how you're acting. You're acting like an [expletive], you're being treated as an [expletive].'

Duckworth is then seen making a spitting noise as he attempts to clear something from his lips.'You don't spit at officers,' Broaderick yells. He grabs Duckworth's head and slams it against the wall as the other officers help him hold the man. Broaderick can be seen pinning Duckworth's head against the wall with his fist long enough to where the blood to Duckworth’s brain was cut off and he passed out as the officers continued their questioning.

Charles Broaderick, 41, was arrested on Tuesday is out of jail and released on $2,000 bail, arrest records show. When reached at home on Wednesday by an Associated Press reporter, Broaderick hung up the phone before commenting. Broaderick is on unpaid suspension and it is not known if he has an attorney.

WARNING - WARNING - WARNING - WARNING: Extremely Graphic language in this video

Dec. 4, 1984 Broward County Sheriff Office DUI Arrest of Mr. Turner

Officers used to treat impaired people with respect. If you have watched any of the videos above you should have noticed they all have one thing in common, the law enforcment officers all had very little patience and lost their temper all too easy which resulted in the law enforcement officers assaulting a citizen. What has happened to our law enforcement in the last 30 yrs? 

This video of Mr. Turner was taken almost 30 yrs. ago and if anyone who was arrested today for suspicion of driving impaired, acted like this, they would have been immediately tasered and pepper sprayed or worse... (see videos above) they would have be assaulted like the people in the videos above. Mr. Turner was obvicouly impaired (he admits it) but, you have to give Broward County Sheriff Offfice Deputy Rick Swope credit for his patience with a person who was obviously impaired and continuing to treat Mr. Turner with respect.