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Scoppe: SC law still stacks deck in favor of drunk drivers

LAST MONTH, a woman drove up to the valet stand at a downtown Charleston hotel, said she was there to get ice cream, declined to have someone park her car and then drove away when she was asked to park legally. When she returned two minutes later, pulled her car into the loading zone, again declined valet parking and said she was waiting for friends, the valet staff called police.

 

A police officer arrived on a bicycle and reported that the woman in the driver’s seat reeked of alcohol, had bloodshot eyes and slurred speech and staggered when he asked her to get out of the car.