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  • The The First Actual Drunk Driving Arrest Happened in 1897 in London by George Smith

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    Drunk driving began long before automobiles were even invented. Drinking played a large part in seafaring as well. Alcohol played an important part in many civilizations for a simple reason. A constant source of clean water is harder to come by than you might think. Without modern materials and methods, stored water quickly stagnates.The first actual drunk driving arrest happened in 1897 in London by George Smith. They've also made an amendment to the U.S constitution in 1920, it had also been a

  • Drunk Driving Resulting in Death

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    Drunk Driving Resulting in Death Crash! Bang! Boom! The sound of metal crunching and cries fill the lonely night. Yet another person falls victim of becoming a statistic as the result of impaired driving. Another baby cries in the night, with no mother to attend to it. Another father mourns over the loss of his family. Another mother collapses to the floor at the news of her son's death. These are just some of the fatalities due to impaired driving. One more person is charged and put into

  • Drunk Driving

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    friends. The status of traffic accidents caused by minors and the majority occur after drinking until drunk. Not just in Vietnam, the developed countries on over the world are headache about young people drink beer and its negative effect. According to , one of ten children aged between 12 and 13 used alcohol at least once a month. In one year, 522 children underage 14 were arrested for driving while intoxicated (113 of them were under 10 years old). Seventy percent of all teenagers drink

  • Drunk Driving Essay

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    loved ones as a result of drunk driving. Alcohol related motor vehicle accidents are one of the main causes of death, especially with teenagers. After drinking alcohol, a person’s perception and judgement become distorted and they may feel overconfident and take chances they’d never take if sober. Alcohol affects the body by impairing vision, slowing down reaction time, and making the body feel more relaxed and drowsy. People think that they can be careful when they drive drunk and that they’ll make

  • Teenage Drunk Driving

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    had never thought about impaired driving as an issue in my youth, it wasn't a debate. Now I know. Life really is about choices." This quote was from Tom Boyle who killed Brian Colgan in a drunk driving accident in 1995. Tom Boyle states that life is about choices. This brings up the issue with Massachusetts wanting to place a "scarlet letter" (mark of shame) on the licenses of convicted drunk drivers. Placing the "scarlet letter" on the licenses of convicted drunk drivers is a senseable consequence

  • Alcohol And Drinking Essay

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    religion forbidden drinking alcohol: Alcohol and prayer do not mix. Prayer (Al- Sala) is a basic part of the Muslim daily life, which must be done five times a day. Before praying Muslims must wash their bodies in specific way. But when the person is drunk he mustn’t pray, and the penalty of praying while the person is under alcohol affect is penalty of anyone who drinks alcohol God will not accept his/her pray for a month, unless he or she repents. Drinking Alcohol is like the first puff of a cigarette

  • Essay On Underage Drinking

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    be at least banned outside the city limits in individual counties. If the Bible says simply not to use it, then we should obey. Why follow all the rules except one? Alcohol is a danger to society. It kills thousands of people a year. Drunk Driving alone could be the only reason that alcohol should be banned, but there are also other reasons such as, illnesses, addiction, financial problems, and simply because the Bible says not to use it. Conservatives need to stand up and be vocal on this

  • Persuasive Essay On Texting And Driving

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    are using driving time to check emails and make phone calls which is inflicting on the safety of everyone around them. Texting and driving needs to be a thing of

  • The Ignition Interlock for Drunk Drivers

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    The Ignition Interlock for Drunk Drivers The ignition interlock is a high tech system that eveuates the persons BAC (Blood Alcohol Content) to see if the individual has been drinking. The device works like a normal Breathalyzer. The device is mounted on the dashboard and in order for the car to start the individual must blow into the machine. The machine then evaluates the persons BAC and if that person shows no sign of alcohol use the car will start. If the results come back saying he has consumed

  • Geraldo Rivera And Bill O Reilly's Argument On Immigration

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    immigrant was involved in a drunk driving crash that killed another motorist in Virginia Beach. Geraldo Rivera asserts the only reason the incident is being so closely in the media is because the driver was an illegal alien and if it was a “Bubba” or “Bob” Americans would not have heard about the incident. O’Reilly then cites the illegal alien driver had been arrested two previous times and should have been deported the first time he had contact with the police and this drunk driving fatality would never