You'd be hard-pressed to find a person of legal driving age who hasn't heard about the infamousfield sobriety tests that are used by law enforcement officers to test for signs of impaired driving. Recognized by drivers as something to avoid at all costs, these field sobriety tests have certainly earned themselves a bad reputation among the general driving population. And considering the fact that law enforcement officers have been known to make arrests based on an individual's performance during one of these field sobriety tests, it's not hard to see why.
Organized crime has existed for years, and legislators throughout the nation have passed numerous laws to directly address the threat criminal organizations pose to the public and enable law enforcement agencies and prosecutors to more easily arrest and charge individuals involved in these organizations. The federal government also enforces laws intended to charge and convict gang members.