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April 22, 2010

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Andrew MacKie-Mason

Seems reasonable. A drunk biker is almost more dangerous than a drunk driver. Less capacity to cause damage but more likely to cause at least some damage.

CTD

I'm actually glad to see this; it irks me more than a little bit that the defendant here would try to use the argument that the "Get on the sidewalk!" drivers use against cyclists. By confirming the realities here, this court has aided cyclists everywhere in the advocacy movement for equality on the roads. THANK YOU!

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