✓ True: You don’t always need a drug recognition expert on the scene to establish probable cause for a Drugged Driving DUI…but sometimes you do.
✓ There is no requirement that an officer have individualized suspicion of drugs and/or alcohol before arresting one for drugged DUI. General suspicion will do, if it’s there.
✓ Then Defendant is asked if he was taking drugs and he admitted to taking Zoloft, Ambien, and Celexium. The officer’s secret was that he did not know what these were nor was he a drug recognition expert.