Confronting Drunk Driving: Social Policy for Saving Lives

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Yale University Press, 1994 - Social Science - 235 pages
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In this controversial book, a noted authority argues that drunk driving cannot be controlled by punishments administered through the criminal justice system alone. instead, H. Laurence Ross offers a range of practical solutions to the problem, combinig criminal deterrence with suggestions that could reduce alcohol use, lessen automobile use in situations involving drinking, and improve automobile safety.
 

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Very insightful book about the challenges of fighting drunk driving offenses, and how it takes a combination of action by other elements besides just the court system in helping to make a difference. On a seperate but similar note regarding this DUI topic, many people facing a DUI still need a strong DUI defense, and help with the DUI fees involved. Free online resources such as http://www.FightDUIcharges.com can help provide local drunk driving lawyers that can assist with flexible payments to afford the DUI fees for fighting their case. 

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