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Braydon Trindall fails roadside alcohol and drug testing

Frailty

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Media reports suspended licence
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/n...de-alcohol-drug-test-Cronulla-Sharks-NRL.html

"'The man produced an expired licence and allegedly returned a positive result to a breath test,' the statement read.

'He was arrested for the purposes of a breath analysis and was taken to Miranda Police Station, where he allegedly returned a breath analysis reading of 0.124.

'He also allegedly returned a positive result to an illicit substance. The 25-year-old man was issued an infringement notice for unlicenced driver - expired licence."
 

Vee

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Aside for your odd use of the word 'woke', I don't really have an issue with your opinion. I don't necessarily agree that it's the best path to prevent reoffending though. Evidence suggests it's likely going to increase the likelihood of it.

However, I think we need to clarify that according to reports he was driving on an expired license, not a suspended one. There is a difference.
Really? We're going to let the facts get in the way of a good story?

Is this a new policy? Did I miss the memo?
 

Mr. Shaman

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https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/n...de-alcohol-drug-test-Cronulla-Sharks-NRL.html

"'The man produced an expired licence and allegedly returned a positive result to a breath test,' the statement read.

'He was arrested for the purposes of a breath analysis and was taken to Miranda Police Station, where he allegedly returned a breath analysis reading of 0.124.

'He also allegedly returned a positive result to an illicit substance. The 25-year-old man was issued an infringement notice for unlicenced driver - expired licence."
Doesn’t make the situation any better blud. He still drove drunk, high, and unlicensed.
 

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