Just curious to get as much feedback as possible on this scenario. I have been through many interviews in the past with various law enforcement agencies. One type of question that always seem to come up is the catch-22 questions. For example: you are on patrol one night at 2:00 am, and you notice a car in a ditch (single car accident). When you approach the car, you detect a strong odor of alcohol. Then however, you notice the driver is your best friend; or another officer you work with in town. What would you do? I always answer that I would call for a "hook" and give said person a ride home. And...given the fact that I haven't gotten any jobs out of the interviews, I don't know if my answer is not what they are looking for, or whether I am just answering wrong. I realize that they are trying to get you to change your answer, and I never do. Any feedback??