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02-17-2010, 04:53 PM
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One glass of wine?!?! OMFG burn him at the stake people.

Jesus, from what I hear it usually take's a beer and a half to blow over here. ____'n drunks :@

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That's what he said to the cop at the time of the incident. Not saying he is lying, but one glass of wine won't make you blow over .08, and if it does they re-test you at the police station because after sitting for some time if it was only one glass the alcohol level would be very minimum.

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That's what he said to the cop at the time of the incident. Not saying he is lying, but one glass of wine won't make you blow over .08, and if it does they re-test you at the police station because after sitting for some time if it was only one glass the alcohol level would be very minimum.
Believe there is a 0 tolerance law in Arizona, could be wrong though.

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02-17-2010, 04:56 PM
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Curious to see what his BAL was

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I guess his eyes could've been blood shot and him kinda out of it because of the meds he is on for his back, but I can't see that being a really good excuse.

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02-17-2010, 04:58 PM
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That's what he said to the cop at the time of the incident. Not saying he is lying, but one glass of wine won't make you blow over .08, and if it does they re-test you at the police station because after sitting for some time if it was only one glass the alcohol level would be very minimum.
You blow at the scene and again at the station or blood test at the station.

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02-17-2010, 04:59 PM
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I find that article very confusing...

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Test as well as consenting to take a blood test, Khabibulin, who had season-ending back surgery on Jan. 14, was cited for a blood-alcohol level of .08 or more.
Does that mean that the blood test came back and his blood-alcohol level was above 0.8, or are we still waiting for the results of the test?

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02-17-2010, 05:00 PM
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You blow at the scene and again at the station or blood test at the station.
I must have missed the part where it said that he took a breathilizer at the scene. Did it say that? I found that entire article confusing.

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********. That's what he said to the police (after being caught drunk driving...i.e. he was drunk when he said it)

Khabiboozin' is a 6'1" 210lb adult male, and I strongly suspect this was not his first drink ever. One glass of wine cannot make him blow over or fail a field sobriety test.

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I find that article very confusing...



Does that mean that the blood test came back and his blood-alcohol level was above 0.8, or are we still waiting for the results of the test?
Its not like CSI it takes upto 8 weeks to have the results back.

Being cited just means the Officer wrote a ticket

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********. That's what he said to the police (after being caught drunk driving...i.e. he was drunk when he said it)

Khabiboozin' is a 6'1" 210lb adult male, and I strongly suspect this was not his first drink ever. One glass of wine cannot make him blow over or fail a field sobriety test.
Yes it can. But you wouldn't fail the Blood test

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That's what he said to the cop at the time of the incident. Not saying he is lying, but one glass of wine won't make you blow over .08, and if it does they re-test you at the police station because after sitting for some time if it was only one glass the alcohol level would be very minimum.
In most states, simply admitting that you were drinking (regardless of the amount) is enough probable cause for an officer to submit you to a field and/or breathalyzer test.

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Yes it can. But you wouldn't fail the Blood test
http://scottsdalearizonanews.blogspo...-speeding.html

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I must have missed the part where it said that he took a breathilizer at the scene. Did it say that? I found that entire article confusing.
I'd assume they'd have to give him some sort of brethalyzer on scene to determine that he was over .08? I really don't think the police have the power to go off their personally opinion on whether or not a guy is over the limit just by talking to him.

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Charged with DUI impaired to the slightest degree
Your Charged ASAP doesn't mean your guilty of anything.

My last charge for DUI was cleared after 6 weeks. ( im diabetic) Cop couldnt tell the difference between drunk and low sugar

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02-17-2010, 05:10 PM
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I'd assume they'd have to give him some sort of brethalyzer on scene to determine that he was over .08? I really don't think the police have the power to go off their personally opinion on whether or not a guy is over the limit just by talking to him.
Again, He chose the Blood sample route so the Breathalyzer and the Feild test are not relevant

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Actually awhile ago on another board a poster with just over 100 post was made a mod--so post count mean nothing for the gig

as for thw DUI--why was he in Arizona?

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In most states, simply admitting that you were drinking (regardless of the amount) is enough probable cause for an officer to submit you to a field and/or breathalyzer test.
It's pretty much the same hear isn't it? I mean I heard that the cop actually has to have reasonable cause to pull you over, but I'm not even sure if that is correct anymore.

Him speeding and smelling like booze seems like reasonable enough cause to pull him over and then make him blow, even without him admitting anything.

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Actually awhile ago on another board a poster with just over 100 post was made a mod--so post count mean nothing for the gig

as for thw DUI--why was he in Arizona?
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It's pretty much the same hear isn't it? I mean I heard that the cop actually has to have reasonable cause to pull you over, but I'm not even sure if that is correct anymore.

Him speeding and smelling like booze seems like reasonable enough cause to pull him over and then make him blow, even without him admitting anything.
There is Cause.
EDIT: the Cops cannot compel you to blow into a breathalyzer fyi

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Again, He chose the Blood sample route so the Breathalyzer and the Feild test are not relevant
The blood sample was at the station, so what got him there? Can you really just arrest someone because you think they are drunk? I would have to think that he took the breathalyzer in the field if they already have any evidence of him being over .08.

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The blood sample was at the station, so what got him there? Can you really just arrest someone because you think they are drunk? I would have to think that he took the breathalyzer in the field if they already have any evidence of him being over .08.
Yes and ive been arrested and charged with DUI's a few times but never took the breathalyzer or Feild test. Did the blood test got charges dropped when results came back

They didnt say what his BAL was just that he was charged for over 0.08

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There is Cause.
EDIT: the Cops cannot compel you to blow into a breathalyzer fyi
I know there is cause, I mentioned it.

I thought if you refuse to blow in Alberta it's automatic loss of license? Might not be the same in Arizona, but I'm pretty sure refusing to blow is the same as blowing over.

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I know there is cause, I mentioned it.

I thought if you refuse to blow in Alberta it's automatic loss of license? Might not be the same in Arizona, but I'm pretty sure refusing to blow is the same as blowing over.
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