Question: What is “black and white” fever? How can it impact the way a person drives in Wisconsin?

Answer: This is a term we’ve seen used to refer to those times when just the presence of a police officer near to you on the road affects the way you drive. Even when normal people aren’t doing anything wrong, the presence of a police officer changes the way that we drive. However, when a police officer pulls you over on suspicion for OWI, that officer probably has a preconceived notion that you’re guilty of drunken driving. So he will take all of those things that he’s seen in the way that you drive and assume the worst.

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