Monthly Archives: September 2013

Female DUIs Up From 30 Years Ago


According to federal statistics, the percentage of DUI attributed to women has risen from 9 percent in 1980 to 25 percent in 2011 and The Traffic Injury Foundation believes it knows why. Continue reading

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Happy Belated Birthday, DUI!


I’m a little late this year, but better late than never. Continue reading

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Study: Opinions on Drunk Driving Change When Drunk


A new study published in the journal “Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research” suggests that people who believe that it’s wrong to drink and drive may change their minds after becoming drunk themselves. Continue reading

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Predatory Southern California Checkpoints?


I warned you. Law enforcement official throughout California stepped up efforts to curb end-of-summer drunk driving, particularly with checkpoints. But were they really aimed at catching drunk drivers or was there an ulterior motive behind their efforts? Some are criticizing the checkpoints for unfairly targeting low income immigrants who do not hold drivers licenses. Continue reading

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Man Confesses to DUI Killing on YouTube


It may not be a confessional, but it is one way to clear your conscience. At least it was for 22 year old Matthew Cordle. Continue reading

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