drinking and riding a horse or using a horse drawn vehicle?
Given the horse has a mind of its own and isn't the one drunk, is the horse a "designated driver" or considered the vehicle?
I ''HAD'' to google this.... So here's the answer... lol... But if you think about it - if someone is drunk or under the influence while riding a horse to the point that they take the horse out in traffic then that person is ''Endangering'' other's lives. AND that is against the law.
The legal question in this type of DUI or DWI case will turn on how the term "vehicle" is defined in that state. The Pennsylvania Supreme Court was recently confronted with such a case, where two men were charged with drunk driving while on horseback. The court wrestled with the issue, and concluded that the DUI law simply did not apply.
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