How To Beat A DWI In Canada
This week, a Canadian judge acquitted a man charged with driving while intoxicated. The man’s defense? He’s cheap!
An expert testified that a man of the convicted’s size would need four drinks to reach the presumptive legal limit. The man admitted having two beers, but says he’s simply too cheap to shell out the extra dough for the two additional drinks that would have put him over the limit. And, apparently, the judge bought it!
Folks, I don’t know Canadian DWI laws, but this has to be one of the most creative defenses anyone has come up with lately!