Imagine that you're driving home after having dinner with some friends. As you turn onto a street near your home, you notice the flashing red and blue lights of a police car in your rearview mirror.
There is a lot going on at any given moment in a casino. Employees are handling a lot of money and dealing with patrons that are trying to gamble and win some of it. At the same time, there is alcohol on offer and not every patron paces himself or herself. Security is very tight, and the whole atmosphere can generate tense and combative moments. But there are also moments that are simply misinterpreted, with the people involved being accused of crimes or actions that they may not have committed.
Have you ever considered the full cost of a drunk driving charge? What happens, in a financial sense, to someone who is convicted of driving under the influence or driving while intoxicated?