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    Reason For Drunk Driving

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    tolerate without impairing their driving. Every day there are several drivers who get caught by the police in spite of their belief that just a few cup of drinks doesn’t matter and it cannot affect their driving ability. Another answer

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    Drunk Driving Speech

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    have on others might be the last thing on a person 's mind. Getting into an accident can be horrific, especially if the cause is drunk driving. Drunk drivers put lives at risk, as they can swerve uncontrollably and crash into innocent bystanders or other drivers. Automobile accidents occur daily, whether it is from a distracted driver, drunk driver or a sudden crash. However, drunk driving accidents and deaths related to them are totally preventable. Once drunk driving can come to an end, more people

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    Word Count (Body): 441 Title: Responsibilities of personal injury attorney Keyword(s): Personal Injury Attorney Body: There is a large portion of personal injury lawsuits that occurs in the U.S. state court systems. Personal injury law allows a person to get compensation from the opposition that is the cause of plaintiff harm. In American society personal injury cases are common. Throughout U.S. according to National Center for Health Statistics, there are as many as 31 million injuries occur to

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    cold and flu medicine, antidepressants, and sedatives all can impair a person 's driving ability to one degree or another, but their exact effects on driving are still relatively unknown. We can 't say with certainty how many accidents drug-impaired drivers cause because tests and

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    “Every day, 28 people in the United States die in motor vehicle crashes that involve an alcohol-impaired driver. This is one death every 51 minutes,” ("Impaired Driving: Get the Facts | Motor Vehicle Safety | CDC Injury Center"). Drunk driving is the act of operating a vehicle while under the influence of alcohol. Drunk driving takes over 10,000 lives annually. It is an exceedingly serious and perilous issue that we face here in the United States, and it should not be taken lightly by the government

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    Camping Trip Wilderness Style When thinking of time management and handling a situation differently, it brought back memories of one of the first camping trips my husband and I took with our daughter and two of our friends. It was for my birthday on a Saturday one weekend in May. There were quite a few hiccups with the trip, and my husband and I learned some valuable time management strategies to ensure that our next trip was more successful. I will describe the trip, and some different actions could

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    Informative Speech Outline: Driving while Intoxicated Specific Purpose Statement: To inform my audience the dangers of drinking and driving, and how it can affect you and your surroundings. Central Idea: Drinking and driving is extremely dangerous: you are at risk of hurting yourself, become a threat to others around you, you can get into some legal issues if you are stopped by a police officer. Introduction: It’s a Friday! It’s payday! You just got off work and you’re ready to party. You get

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    automobile that they may either be in danger from a driver driving under the influence or that they themselves are at risk by drunk driving. Today our primary source of transportation is the automobile. It takes us from one place to another. It is rather safe but if a driver drives under the influence the result could be detrimental. According to the U.S. Transportation Department in 2006, there are 13,470 fatalities in crashes involving at least one driver who had a .08 or above BAC. To many, alcohol drinking

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    in some major places they have checkpoints to see if people are impaired. The police may give a breath test if they have reason to believe that the person has been drinking. Having checkpoints is a very good idea to keep drunk drivers off the roads and protect other drivers. I believe this should be enforced in every state. In Ohio there is a group called Mothers against drunk driving. This organization started on september 5, 1980. MADD has blossomed greatly through the years and has had a major

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    many in only a matter of time. On average in only forty minutes someone is killed by a drunk driver in the U.S. In the year of 2007 we lost 13,000 people to drunk driving in the U.S. It is a major problem for which many lives are lost. The fact is that we can fix this problem. To fix this we can simply have bartenders do breathalyzer testing on those who leave the bar. If this shows that they are intoxicated, then we can have that bartender order a taxi for the impaired

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    Truck Spotting

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    triggering event so that the accident will not occur. Limiting the backing of vehicles when personnel and other vehicles are present is an example of mitigating the risk of backovers. Adding spotters who have been trained in spotting and trained with the drivers in the use of spotting techniques is an example of modifying the behavior of the triggering event.

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    James Pohlabeln, the drunk driver involved in the collision that killed four people including himself, was driving in the wrong lane of the highway I-75 which resulted in the crash. James Pohlabeln contemplated of suiciding a couple months before his death as told by his wife Marcy Pohlabeln because of his brother’s death. “Just 48 hours before the collision that resulted in the deaths, James Pohlabeln was arrested for operating a vehicle while intoxicated and failure to control. That same

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    Creating a curfew on a public place like a mall? Well the answer to that is yes. “They may be a year away from graduating high school and they may have their driver licenses but as of Nov. 17 [2006], teens who want to go to St. Louis Mills mall [in Missouri] on Friday and Saturday nights will have to hold mommy's hand. In order to provide more of a "family night atmosphere" the Mills has created a weekend curfew

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    ones to drunk driving, and I 'm sure many others have as well. Don 't you want to be positive your loved ones lives are as safe as possible. I think anybody driving under the influence should be imprisoned on the first offense. Not only could the driver under the influence hurt themselves, but they could also hurt you. “2 drunk 2 care” was the famous tweet Kayla Mendoza wrote on the night she

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    creation of an integrated approach for individuals and the justice system. At an individual level, the group advocates for personal behavioral changes such as having a designated driver when engaging in alcoholic drinks. The systems approach proposed by the MADD group is an increase in the punitive measures imposed on drunk drivers. The second

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    of a car while intoxicated and no reprimands are given just a slap of the wrist and a fine. In 2012 Kirk Camacho lost his youngest daughter to a drunk driver with a blood alcohol level well over the legal limit. While taking his daughters Bree and Kaley to school was struck on the side of his vehicle. Kirk and his oldest survived but kaley died instantly. Every two minutes a person is injured in drunk driving

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    Drunk Driving Essay

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    to the degree that mental and motor skills of the driver are impaired. Driving Under the Influence (DUI), also known as Driving While Intoxicated (DWI) is illegal and is considered as a serious crime in many countries. However the Blood Alcohol Content (BAC) limit for arresting a person may vary in different countries. A study stated that almost thirty two percent of the fatal car accidents involve a person driving under influence or an intoxicated pedestrian. In America, for every fifty one minutes

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    After the accident police pronounced that only two out of the five people in the accident had lived, One child and the drunk driver. The story above is a prime example of how drunk driving can tear families apart, or possibly injured an innocent person. Drunk driving is a selfish act because it hurts people who don’t deserve the pain of drunk driving. Also the drunk driver will live with the guilt of hurting other people, a day won’t go by where they don't think about it. Reading this article will

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    drunk driving accident; equaling one death every 51 minutes("Impaired Driving"). If drunk drivers were arrested on their first offense, this number could be reduced significantly. Drivers that were involved in crashes that resulted in death were six times more likely to have a prior conviction for driving under the influence than other drivers with no alcohol in their system("Impaired Driving"). Drunk drivers should be imprisoned on their first offense. In 2013, thirty one percent of all traffic-related

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    It’s bad when people drink and drive. Drinking and driving have caused many deaths and injuries all over the reservations, state, and country. Drinking and driving is an irresponsible decision for an adult or minor to make. It also causes property damage as well. Every two minutes, a person in the United States have been injured in an alcohol related car accident. In the past month, there have been quite a few deaths from drinking and driving on the Crow, and Northern Cheyenne reservations. In

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