One more, even better:
" Driver has an accident where he is seriously injured. He is transported to the hospital, and while he is unconscious, the hospital staff draws his blood. The results show a blood-alcohol level of .28. Several weeks later, he is released from the hospital, and he receives a citation charging him with DUI. Prior to the accident he has been a model citizen having never been on the wrong side of the law before."
I wasn't seriously injured, and I doubt my BAC was that high (it may not even have been .2), but the outcome will be the same, with the question being whether I get 2 days or 7:
"Cases involving wrecks are rarely reduced particularly those involving physical injury. Tennessee law states those registering over .20% are required to serve seven consecutive calendar days rather than forty-eight hours. It is quite likely in this particular case the driver will serve more than the forty-eight hours and plead guilty to a DUI 1st offense."