At 3/6/13 06:21 PM, Spedmallet wrote:
You're missing the point. I wasn't swerving or driving recklessly; I would have never been caught if it weren't for the guy who hit me. None of this would have ever happened
They're demonized because often they are reckless. But I was being absolutely careful with my driving; going the speed limit, yielding for pedestrians, stopping at lights, etc.
Listen dinglewiener, you don't seem to understand how The Law works. See, a DWI means DRIVING WHILE INTOXICATED. You got charged with a DWI, and you plainly admitted that you were intoxicated at the time of the crash.
It doesn't matter if you drove nice and safe. It doesn't matter if you donated $10,000 to the poor before you got in a wreck. It doesn't matter if you saved a man's life a second before you got in the wreck. You were intoxicated while you were driving, and buddy, that's a big ol' no-no. The fact that you're trying to contest the charge shows how completely inept you are.
And the suggestion about the movie Flight is utterly perfect for the situation: Denzel Washington plays an airplane pilot that is drunk during a routine flight, but his plane breaks down- he ends up pulling a miraculous maneuver that saves everyone on-board. But he was drunk, and you cannot just escape the law.
Just face it dude, you did a fucking stupid thing by driving while drunk and now you're paying the price. The police were in no way abusive or overstepping their authority, you BROKE THE LAW.
So shut the fuck up and pay up, buster, because your arguments are pathetic and you are a generally bad person from what you've shown so far.