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Bus Driver Arrested for DUI

If your bus is weaving across the roadway, it may not be due to the wind - your driver could be seriously intoxicated.

That was the case of a driver in Iowa last week who was arrested for DUI. The bus was traveling from Chicago to Iowa when an Iowa State Police Officer saw the vehicle swaying and weaving across a major highway. When the officer pulled the driver over, he quickly realized that something was not right. His suspicions were confirmed when the 52-year-old male driver failed all of the field sobriety tests.

The riders were surprised to learn that the driver was intoxicated. They thought that the wind was causing the bus to sway, not intoxication. This is not the first time that the bus driver has been arrested for DUI, but it was the first while driving for the bus company. If he is found guilty of the DUI charge, the company is prepared to let him go.

Facing charges for driving under the influence in Arizona? Take the time to contact the Knowles Law Firm to arrange a time to speak with one of our aggressive Phoenix DUI attorneys.

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