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What are examples of subjective DWI observations?

Many police officers rely on subjective evidence when deciding to pull someone over for suspicion of DWI, and what happens from then on is often subjective, too. That can be one angle for defense attorneys to take when fighting charges. For example, if an officer cannot back up what "excessive weaving" means, then poking holes into the officer's observations may be easy.

Can passengers drink alcohol while the car is in motion?

Most states in the country have laws which forbid any open alcohol containers in a vehicle. Missouri, along with West Virginia, Virginia, Mississippi, Delaware, Connecticut and Arkansas, does not have these laws. This means, on the state level, it is acceptable for passengers in a car who are over the age of 21 to consume alcohol even if the vehicle is on the road. 

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