He was driving in Reading, Pennsylvania, on December 13, as the flashing lights appeared. A man stepped in front of his car and forced him into a parking lot.
A woman there badgered him with questions and insisted on a mouth swab to determine if he was drunk or using drugs. Richard Nieves declined to comply. Instead, he sued.
The federal government insists that its National Roadside Survey of Alcohol and Drugged Driving is a practical way to monitor road safety. The ...Continue Reading →