Of the many DUI arrests made yearly, many involve officer error. Some are unintentional, but some are intentional as recent developments attest to. When an officer, sworn to protect the law overlooks the most important set of laws in this country, the very foundation of all we as a nation stand for, the Constitution and its Bill of Rights, something has gone terribly wrong. Especially when a prosecutor or a court sanctions it. A slap on the wrist is never enough when this level of magnitude is involved, when doctoring reports, when perjury is involved, when creative testimony is contradicted directly by the officer’s own video. Who should take the lead in these travesties of justice. It should be the prosecutor first, and then the court, and then, if necessary, the Feds. If the prosecutor is complicit, there should be consequences. How else to limit it, and uphold the law?