Drowsy Driving Cases Hit the Courtroom; Standards are Unclear

The campaign against drowsy driving is moving to the courtroom, with law enforcement increasingly pushing to hold sleepy drivers criminally accountable when they cause fatal crashes, the New York Times reports. Jurors in the Bronx have been wrestling with the question of how tired is too tired to drive? Ophadell Williams was driving a bus
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