I'm just throwing this out for discussion about where the line is between how things are viewed for mental health and physical health. Let's say, for instance, a person has a heart attack and their car stops dead on the interstate, causing a major pile-up. Is that person convicted for wreckless driving or causing an accident? If a person has an asthma attack and runs a red light or hits another car, are they convicted for causing an accident? Does anyone expect them to be able to get off the road safely while these attacks are happening? Are these people allowed to have a driver's license? If a person has bipolar and runs a red light, or hits another car, or stops dead in the interstate, are they convicted? (This is assuming that the person who has BiPolar (BP) is allowed to actually get their drivers license.) Are they convicted because, even though they might have Bipolar, they didn't get off the road safely to prevent an accident? If there is a difference, is that discrimination? Why or why not?