Drunk driving, you've always heard, happens when you go over a blood alcohol concentration of 0.08%. That's the legal limit. If you drink more than that and drive, you're breaking the law.
Police officers know they must have a good reason for pulling you over. This reason is known as "reasonable suspicion." If a California officer stops you and arrests you on suspicion of a drunk driving offense, the original stop probably occurred because the officer witnessed you doing something that indicated you were not in control of the vehicle or that violated traffic laws.
The health care options for immigrants in California, even those who are not yet documented, could be changing in the near future. The state is moving closer to a new budget agreement that would provide care for immigrants under the Medicaid program already in place in the state.