A college student gets pulled over by police on a Saturday. It’s Game Day, so local police have set up DUI checkpoints to keep drunk drivers off the road. The police officer says he saw the car swerve in the lane and asks the student to take a breathalyzer test.
The student says he only had a couple of beers after the game. He’s arrested, but not convicted because the test showed his blood alcohol content was below the legal limit. But the school got wind of his arrest, and now his degree is held up and future on hold — all because of a faulty breathalyzer machine.