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  1. Quite a few of Alex Smith's surgeries were due to infections. If you see his leg, big chunks of his calf, hamstring and quad are missing. That was all due to infections. ESPN did a piece of him a few months back and it is eye opening.
  2. The deputy stated there were no signs of impairment and Tiger was alert. With those observations in hand, the officer had no probable cause to arrest or obtain a search warrant for Tiger's blood. Amendment IV of the US Constitution The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no Warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by Oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or thing
  3. You were the one who questioned the "authenticity" of the product and I gave it the name used in the industry. I understand your frustration for saying something utterly ridiculous and getting hammered for it. It's best just to walk away.
  4. Slurred speech. Blood shot/watery eyes. Slow reactions. Odor of alcohol. Just normal signs of somebody being drunk or high. If the officer witnesses the driver, signs of impairment can be slow driving, weaving and slow reactions to traffic control devices.
  5. Is a crash enough to show potential impairment? No. Blood shot eyes. Slurred speech. Empty bottles of alcohol or drugs in the car. A syringe sticking out of his arm. Those are signs of impairment and potential DUI.
  6. Yes indeed. That's in everybody's neck of the woods if they live in the United States. "No signs up impairment" is a much bigger deal than some believe. Edit for clarity. A blood draw is going to happen at the hospital no matter what. They perform tests for their needs. Those test results can be obtained by police with a warrant. Of course, there needs to be signs of impairment to get the warrant for DUI in this case. Otherwise, a judge will never sign off.
  7. Yep, make him do the 9 step and turn test with compound fractures. Why not? He won a major on a broken leg.
  8. I always take the initial reports from virtually anything with a salt lick. The press is always trying to get news out as quickly as possible and they usually don't wait for any confirmation.
  9. I just now tuned in and am looking at the vehicle. It looks like it flipped end over end. Is that a highway? You gotta be going fairly fast for that to happen.
  10. The first thing the hospital does is take blood for tests. Cops just need a warrant to get the results.
  11. Are you claiming Costco sold counterfeit Sunice shorts? Do you also think the moon landing was faked?
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