GoodPointBear wrote:Paolo was charged because Savorino was driving Paolo’s car. Savorino was taken by the officer; while Paolo was left to drive his car back to Durham. Doubt the officer would let Paolo drive home if he thought Paolo were intoxicated / impaired.
Regardless, stupid situation in which to find yourself.
Duke has long forced parties off campus, and, with COVID, they’ve *really* forced parties off campus. Students are renting fields in the country to have parties.
What source did you use to indicate Paolo was allowed to drive. If that was indeed the case, Durham County DA is once again playing politics with Duke Basketball.
clyde21 wrote:then Paolo let Sav drive his car while he was drunk and Paolo wasn't, which is soooo dumb. doesn't make sense levels of dumb.
Yes, under the influence according to the letter of the law. Right on the line for NC BAC limit, but any amount is over the limit for underaged kid. The point is that that Sav wasn't really 'drunk'. If Paolo was indeed sober and was let off by the cop, then this is a non-story.