Debate: Random sobriety tests for drivers
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- Debate: Random alcohol breath tests for drivers (redirect page)
- Argument: RBT has been successfully implemented in many modern democracies
- Argument: RBT has been successful in countries that implement it
- Argument: Random breath tests help deter drunk driving
- Argument: "Reasonable suspicion" too high standard for detecting drunk drivers
- Argument: People drive drunk because they can get away with it
- Argument: Random sobriety tests amount to unreasonable searches
- Argument: "Random" breath tests likely to be implemented unequally
- Argument: Random breath tests create slippery slope to expanding police powers
- Argument: Police will use breath tests as excuse for unreasonable searches
- Argument: Random sobriety stops set-up unjust detection of other crimes