Judge Caught Driving Drunk Allowed To Drive Home, Avoids DUI ChargesChris | InformationLiberation
Oct. 10, 2012
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Perfect example of our two tiered justice system.
Stopped at a license check last month, a man in a red truck handed over his license and said his name was “Judge Simms.”As hypocritical as this whole incident is, the fact is different people handle alcohol differently. Reckless driving which endangers other people is criminal, but if you can handle alcohol and drive responsibly you should not be shaken down by costumed extortionists.
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