It’s a fair cop as the Policing Authority lays down the law
Top brass may have ignored O’Sullivan, but Feehily won’t let the Garda breath-test fiasco stand
I was breathalysed twice last weekend. It was the Saturday of a bank holiday and I was driving home from dinner with friends close to midnight. The tests happened within two kilometres of each other at checkpoints where it looked like about five cars at a time were being stopped.
Both gardaí were polite, professional and friendly. The first had time to glance at tax, insurance and NCT before she asked for my licence and...
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