The Constitution is a hard taskmaster. To protect everyone from intrusions by the police and other law enforcement personal, the Fourth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution prohibits "unreasonable searches and seizures." The police, wishing to search a person or premises need to have a search warrant, which requires a showing of probable cause to a judge that a crime has been committed or will be committed.
There are already many, many different consequences that someone who is accused of driving under the influence must face. There's the possibility of jail time; the definite loss of license; the possibility of ignition interlock, or special license plates that signify a DUI offender; and plenty of other potential consequences. All of these consequences have a certain financial element too them -- but there are also outright financial penalties for a DUI offender.
Minnesota is the Land of 10,000 Lakes, and we Minnesotans make great use of the many lake options that we have. During the summer, you're missing out if you don't take a few trips to the lake and enjoy a few hours out on a boat, hanging out with a few of your friends.
Getting into an accident can be very frightening. After a crash, there can be injured people, damaged cars and the chaos of an accident scene complete with police officers. In many situations, officers will explore the possibility that the accident was caused by a drunk driver.
No matter how serious criminal accusations are, accused individuals are entitled to certain rights that protect them from unfair prosecution. When law enforcement officials fail to adhere to constitutional protections, the outcome of any subsequent criminal trial could be dramatically changed.