Monthly Archives: June 2014

World Cup DUI

If you’re a United States soccer fan like me, the ending to the United States’ match against Portugal certainly had you reaching for your drink. For those who missed it, Portugal denied the United States automatic qualification into the World Cup’s round of 16 with a late equalizer to put the match at 2-2 with only 20 seconds left in the game. Continue reading

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Dad Tries to Stop Daughter from Driving Drunk, Gets Run Over By Her

Anne Frank once said, “Parents can only give good advice or put [children] on the right paths, but the final forming of a person’s character lies in their own hands.”
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“Drunk Suit” Simulates Intoxication to Prevent Drunk Driving

You hear the numerous warnings about driving drunk. But sometimes it just isn’t enough to stop people from doing it. Might it be different if people knew what it was like to drive drunk before they actually did it? Continue reading

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$60 for Roadside Breath and Blood Test

National officials have collaborated with the Washington Traffic Safety Commission to survey Washington state motorist, collect blood samples, and collect breath samples with the incentive of a $60 payment for participation. Continue reading

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Prosecutor Refusing to Release Dash Cam Footage of DUI

San Francisco prosecutors are refusing to release California Highway Patrol dashboard camera (dash cams) footage of a May 12th DUI arrest. The public defender on the case, Jeff Adachi, is arguing that the withholding of the footage violates the First Amendment. Continue reading

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