I do not like the idea of all breathalyzers in all cars. It's just another piece of equipment that can fail and make my car inoperable when I have to go to work in the morning, and I haven't had anything alcohol for days.
This does not mean I condone drunk driving at all. I think it needs to be dealt with harsher. Things have been moving that way, but just too slowly. In the past, if you were just a "little drunk", the cop may have just let you drive home if it was close by. They don't anymore. Also, the legal limit use to be 0.10, but it's now down to 0.08. Now what they need to do is make the penalties harsher. I'm OK with just a huge fine and license suspended for first time offense, but make the fine larger and the suspension longer. Most people learn from today's sentence and never repeat. But for those that repeat, they do need to start sentencing them to prison: 1 year for second offense, 5 years for third, and so on.
And if course, even if you kill or seriously hurt someone on your first offense, a much, much harsher sentence for that.
A little over two years ago I hired a recent J.D. grad to be a Manager of Human Resources in LV. He was skilled at contracts and negotiations and of course caught on to labor law and compliance issues quickly, although he had only had a couple of classes in law school. However, he did have his PHR (Professional in Human Resources) certification from HRCI which does require some specialized study to pass the test. I have my SPHR (Senior PHR) so I know how challenging their tests can be. There is a lot of variety in HR and your degree (especially with an added certification) will give you a leg up on other candidates. My Manager had also worked during college as a junior recruiter at UPS so he did have some HR experience, but not that much. I have really enjoyed mentoring him.