With all the attention on DWI, I've got a hypothetical question.
A person is prescribed Vicodin 10mg x 4/day, and takes them as prescribed. When driving the medication is kept in a locked compartment outside the cabin of the vehicle. The person taking the medication has been taking the prescried dosage for over two years due ot chronic pain and does not "get high" from their prescried dosage and exhibits no signs of intoxication.
This person gets pulled over for speeding. What must an officer observe to conduct a DWI investigation? There is no evidence of the prescribed medication in the cabin of the vehicle, is search of a locked compartment outside the cabin of the vehicle legal? If the officer were to conduct a DWI investigation, what should the driver do?
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