breathalyse

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test someone's alcohol level in his blood by means of a breathalyzer

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When breathalysed, the reading was just over twice the legal limit and he was arrested.
Even if a drinker is breathalysed and found to be at the highest level, they will not necessarily be barred.
Inspector Joanne Field, who leads West Yorkshire Police's Roads Policing Unit, said: "These figures make it clear that the steady decline in drink driving charges is not simply because less people are being breathalysed.
Laurel is shocked when she's pulled |over by the police and breathalysed
Finding the little girl in a distressed state, Laurel decides to take her home, but she's got more strife to deal with when she's pulled over by PC Swirling and breathalysed for driving erratically.
During the festive campaign the West Midlands force mounted a number of high-profile operations and stopped and breathalysed more than 5,000 motorists - which is more than across the previous three years.
Latest figures on the numbers of motorists breathalysed for being over the drink-drive limit and handed fixed penalty notices for driving offences have been released by the Home Office.
More than 3,000 drivers were breathalysed in each of the previous month-long campaigns held around Christmas.
He added that prisoners turned violent after they refused to be breathalysed.
CHELSEA football captain John Terry was breathalysed and questioned by police after his car ran into a club steward.
From the beginning of the year, police breathalysed 130,968 drivers reporting 8,151.
Richard Whitworth, 32, was arrested after being breathalysed by transport police in the early hours of Saturday morning.
Laurel is shocked to be | |pulled over by the police and breathalysed
Laurel is shocked to |be pulled over by the police and breathalysed
Out of 980 people breathalysed across the Cleveland and Durham force areas, 59 were positive, refused or failed to provide during June.