Can I Be Convicted of a DUI on a Horse and Buggy?
By Jonathan Blecher on January 14, 2020
Well, it seems you can in Michigan, or at least be arrested for it. In Michigan, recently, four Amish young men, with questionable judgment were stopped while riding in buggy drawn by a horse by Gladwin County deputies. Police saw them throw beer cans from the buggy. Officers found empty and full beer cans and the subjects all gave false names to police, as they were
All four subjects were arrested for felony obstruction of justice, disorderly person and issued civil infractions for minors in possession of alcohol.
In Florida, for example, you can be even DUI on a bicycle or a scooter.
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