Live PD: Semi DUI (Season 2) | A&E

Officers stop a cement trailer that’s been swerving all over the road and take the driver in for his on-the-clock DUI in this clip from “03.24.18”. #LivePD
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Live PD
Season 2
Episode 44
03.24.18

On “Live PD,” ABC’s Dan Abrams and Dallas Police Department Detectives Rich Emberlin and Kevin Jackson offer insight and commentary as live cameras capture the work of a mix of urban and rural police forces around the country on a typical Friday night.

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32 thoughts on “Live PD: Semi DUI (Season 2) | A&E

  1. He could’ve killed someone easy in that truck.. now he lost his job, it’s on his record he was fired for driving while intoxicated, judge is gonna give him $5,000 in fines plus the $3,000 for a lawyer.. plus whatever bail is.. he won’t be able to pay any of that money because he is unemployed. This dudes in big big trouble… just like he should be….

  2. In the end the guy was clearly driving dangerously and should be punished for such. Drugs probably exacerbated this but I see no reason why it is worse to drive dangerously under the influence of a substance like alcohol than it is to drive dangerously sober — for example a bad driver. There are many independent variables that contribute to an accident and I feel that it is contradictory and hypocritical to blame the few that are most easy to prove. I am not advocating for driving under the influence – the opposite in fact, but am only suggesting that we look more to the ends rather than the means in determining punishment. This applies to other areas of life as well. It's thinking outside the box a bit, and I think Machiavelli would approve.

  3. I wish they wouldn’t just arrest people and ruin their lives. Why can’t they get him into a program to help him. It’s like officer that suffer from substance abuse and alcohol. These people need help not financial hardship

  4. Yeah, if you're on anything heavier than caffeine or ibuprofen you should think about not driving that day. Even anti-histamines can be sketchy when you're grossing over 80K.

  5. This is how semi drivers drive. I deal with the same thing, every day. They are the worst thing on the road. Police do nothing in the DMV to combat these dangerous drivers. Turn signals optional, bright lights, tailgating… The list is endless.

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