I agree, but unfortunately there's no physical proof of intoxication.
He admitted being under the influence of drugs. DUI doesn't mean only alcohol.
No physical proof of intoxication? Swerving eratically, nearly hitting a police cruiser and smashing into a concrete security barricade aint exactly sober acts are they?
And why isn't there physical proof?
The "impaired" box was checked off on the occurrance report yet no breathalyzer was administered.
Imagine that happening in your town to you or your friends.
Imagine anyone in your town giving the appearance of being impaired as he climbs out of an accident vehicle in the presence of a constable and having a police NCO sending the constable on about his other duties and giving the subject of the investigation a ride home in a police vehicle, without administering a breathalyzer.