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Spiritual Alchemist, Felicia S.C. Gooden, explores hot topics in the mainstream and alternative news, bringing about a unique perspective of philosophical inquiry. A writer and artist, Felicia engages is creative thought in order to bring you the latest news and use the most current events as tools for the transmutation of consicousness
This week's episode will cover the Canadian developed Marijuana Breathalyzer, the ISIS crisis in the Middle East and why we should prepare for continued unrest, and mastering prophetic dreams and psychic gifts.
There is new research that is on the table that is developing a way that cops will be able to get drivers for drugs. This may be a method that also is used by your employers for employees that show up for work high on drugs. Join the show at 11:00 am, call (818)301-5834.
CNN's Legal Analyst Richard Herman on the rise and fall of Justin Beiber & Other Legal stories
Pop star Justin Bieber is facing driving under the influence and other charges after authorities said he raced through a Miami Beach neighborhood in a rented Lamborghini, cursed at cops as he resisted arrest and admitted to consuming drugs and alcohol
Bieber's blood alcohol level was under the state's legal limit of .08 after a breathalyzer test, but the singer was unable to pass field sobriety tests at the scene.
This episode of Saint Jude Retreat’s Radio covers topics related to DWI (Driving While Intoxicated), DWAI ( Driving While Ability Impaired) and drug possession.
The guest of the show is criminal defense attorney Adam Rosenblum who is also the founder of the Rosenblum Law Firm, PC, in Albany, which is a general law practice with offices in the State of New York and the State of New Jersey. Mr. Rosenblum also specializes in traffic tickets, personal injury, and Social Security.
The radio show opens with the radio host and Executive Director of Saint Jude Retreats, Michelle Dunbar, touching on the subject of what Saint Jude Retreats is and the philosophy behind it. Trending topics follow with local and national news connected to DWI follow. The news this week included Governor Cuomo's proposition on stiffer penalties for texting and driving, recent Justin Bieber DWI arrest, the local Red Ribbon campaign, related to Chris Stewart and Deanna Rivers’ accident last year and more.
The interview with our guest follows as Mr. Rosenblum and Mrs. Dunbar discuss what is DWI, what are the differences between DWI, DUI and DWAI, what is considered a probable cause for a person to be subjected to a breathalyzer, what is the best course of action if a person is charged with DWI, what is Zero Tolerance law, and much more.
The radio show ends with Dunbar answering questions by listeners, which this week touched on the differences in the severity of consequences between DUI and DWI, how likely is a person with a DWI to reoffend, and what are the chances of having a record for drug possession, if the person is never charged and under 21 years of age.
WTF Radio will explore the pitfalls of how drunk drivers are the #1 killer of under 18 year old youth and how the BAC (blood alcohol concentration) system is designed so that nearly all responsible drinkers break the law despite responsible consumption. The way the BAC system is set up is much like ticketing bicyclers for exceeding a posted 15 mph speed limit on a beach boardwalk in California. One should ask: "How are cyclists to abide by a system which measures speed when bikes have no speedometers which to measure speed by?"
Enforced public BAC levels are as an ineffective measuring tool to those in need, though conveniently abscent from public access, as is the ability of drinkers to accurately predict their own BAC levels under .08 without any device or instrumentation. And those law makers overseeing DUI's almost assume drinkers are somehow suppose to "know" that their BAC levels exceed as little as a 10th of a percent above the legal limit so as to avert driving under the influence and breaking the law when exiting a bar.
And how is knowing ones BAC's done without any measuring device? By way of reciting the alphabet without missing a letter, walking a self-imposed foot-to-toe 20 step sobriety line test or "feeling" that one can handle an automobile responsibly?
I'm not sure these methods would be considered fail safe under the eyes of the law. The current nation wide technology most law enforcement agencies reliably and accurately utilize is the fuel cell breathalyzer test.
So the question then becomes why doesn't every single on premise drinking establishment provide such a measuring device so that cusomers can account for their legal limit of blood alcohol consumption prior to getting behind the wheel of an automobile? This is the question we will challenge and try to get to the root of.
A forcible blood draw is a rare occurrence in DUI investigations in the state of Illinois. It may happen in only one percent of all DUI arrests. In all other cases, police officers follow the procedures for voluntary chemical testing, such as administering a breathalyzer. The statute says that a police officer may forcibly draw blood from a suspect if he or she has probable cause to believe that the suspect was involved in a motor vehicle accident involving personal injury or death while DUI.
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Our first guest is Bart Majoor, Clinical Director at St. Ann's Corner of Harm Reduction, a syringe exchange and harm reduction program in the Bronx New York.
Our second guest is MADD founder Candace Lightner who will be talking to us about the Breathalyzer Ignition Interlock Device.
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Most people are not aware of their rights when they are pulled over for suspicion of driving under the influence of alcohol. As such, they believe complying with the officer's requests will help them, when they are actually helping the arresting officer build a case against them. We will discuss the law surrounding DUI arrests and people's rights with respect to field sobriety tests, portable breath tests, and the breathalyzer test.
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