Sunday, March 22, 2015
There's a very interesting legal case taking police in Windsor, Ontario where a man driving decided he was too drunk to be operating a vehicle on the road. Pulling over he called 911 and asked the police to come and get him. Lo and behold they discovered it was as the man said he was indeed intoxicated beyond measure with a bottle of liquor laying on the seat beside him.
He was charged and the media are watching closely what the judge will have to say. Should he be shown a measure of leniency? Should he be commended for his latter actions in calling the police about his state thus being charged? Local officials state it's the first time they've had such a call being unusual to say the least. What should be done with the not so law abiding citizen?