I have posted numerous times about people in the Ann Arbor area who have been arrested for DUI, so it should come as no surprise that police in the area take drunk driving very seriously. Speaking further to this, the Washentaw County Sheriff's Office announced last week that its offices will be increasing DUI patrols this holiday season. Police said the crackdown began last Friday and will continue through Jan. 2.
In the case of some car accidents, it's virtually impossible for a driver to deny any instance of wrongdoing. This fact is most prominently evident in accidents that involve circumstances that so strongly allude to criminal action, that law enforcement officials are hard-pressed to find even an ounce of doubt that a crime has taken place. For example, a recent accident in Ann Arbor, Michigan, resulted from a man driving the wrong way on Interstate 94 - an action that is generally indicative that something is wrong. Police immediately suspected the driver of DUI.