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pitohui Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Tue Feb-27-07 12:14 AM
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4. that is not true at all
for instance a friend naively believed this and refused a breathalyzer test, which meant he immediately lost his license

in addition he was convicted and went to jail anyway because the arresting officer simply testified as to his behavior and explained why he believed the man to be impaired

unfortunately someone under the influence of ambien is impaired and should not drive, the doctor and the pharmacist and anyone else associated with this script should have made it clear to the man that you NEVER take ambien unless you are IMMEDIATELY going to bed and to sleep

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