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    Drunk Driving Case Study

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    interviews with twelve people who were offered the opportunity to participate in an urban DWI court in a Midwestern county between 2007 and 2010, but who either chose not to participate or who tried but did not succeed in the program. The authors point to the relationship between intrinsic and extrinsic motivation in order to explain the findings and ultimately inform practitioner methods for engaging potential DWI court clients and enhancing success rates.” (Eckberg

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    Drunk Driving Essay

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    noncompliance. Where DUI courts have been established, most nonviolent DUI offenders who have had two or more prior DUI convictions are assigned to DUI Court (Fell et al., 2011). Reduction in Recidivism Rates Fell et al., suggests that the clinical assessment of each offender, the period under treatment, the frequent monitoring, the partnerships with other agencies, and the leadership of the judges all seem to play a role in the reduction of recidivism in DUIs. DUI Courts, using DUI statutory conviction

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    Internship

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    Internship I have now come to the conclusion of my internship at END DWI (End Driving While Intoxicated). Our organizations mission is to reduce, if not end, the number of deaths and tragedies that are caused by the carelessness of drunk driving. The amount of people killed every year by drunk driving is astonishing. Picture this, you could fill every seat at Madison Square Garden with people killed by drunk driving. END DWI is committed to limiting this senseless tragedy and has done an excellent

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    Abstract There are numerous consequences of driving under the influence. Including: fines up to $2,000, up to 2 year license suspension, annual surcharges to keep license, jail time, etc. Despite all of these harsh consequences some still believe there should be stricter legislation laws on those convicted of a DUI. To be more exact on the consequences can receive up to 180 days in jail, and have to pay up to a $2,000 surcharge every year, license suspension for up to 2 years, and that’s only the

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    Drunk Driver's Don't Deserve Second Chances

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    When someone makes the decision to consume alcoholic beverages, it should go without saying that they should also be choosing to be a responsible drinker. Being a responsible drinker means not consuming more alcohol than their body can handle and more importantly, not getting behind the wheel of any type of vehicle after drinking. In an article written by high school student Steven Engler, he says it well; “If you choose to use it, do it responsibly, and don’t put anyone’s life in danger, including

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    Mothers Against Drunk Driving, the name may seem to be obvious as to what this organization is working towards; although there are more than just mothers and it is more than just drinking and driving it is calling to attention. MADD also focuses on underage drinking and of course includes any and all people, whether fathers, sisters, grandparents, neighbors and friends, who work to “stop drunk driving and support the victims of this violent crime” (MADD, 2014). They have been quite successful, the

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    Driving is a privilege Americans have been afforded since the invention of the automobile in the late 1800’s. Yet with great power comes great responsibility. One of the responsibilities associated with being able to drive several tons of metal at high speeds is the responsibility of doing so without any distractions or impairments. Choosing to drive drunk puts not only the driver in danger, but also everyone else in the car and on the road. Currently, the average drunk driver will drive eighty times

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    Every 120 seconds a person is involved in a collision, every day 27 people are killed by a drunk driver, and every year thousands. In order to make these numbers drop dramatically, harsher, firmer laws need to be put in place. Everyone makes mistakes, however, a drunk driver will drive on average of 300,000 times before they are caught. That is 300,000 chances they are taking with not only their lives but every person they share the road with. Drunk driving deaths is among the top 5 things that kill

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    Why does one choose to get in the car while they are under the influence? They are signing a contract that puts their life in danger as well as the rest of society. Drunk driving is a major problem in our world today. It is affecting many individuals daily life because of their fear of getting anywhere near these individuals making such poor decisions. According to the CDC, Centers for Disease Control, “in 2014, 9,967 people were killed in alcohol-impaired driving crashes, accounting for nearly

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    The Consequences of Drunk Driving

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    The Consequences of Drunk Driving “A friend who dies, it’s something of you who dies,” Gustave Flaubert. When someone dies from drunk driving this is something you may be feeling. The consequences of drunk driving are far too high to even think of driving while under the influence. Every year thousands die from drunk driving or are caught drunk driving, and face consequences such as fines and a loss of license. But, it’s easy to avoid or prevent drunk driving by ordering a taxi or setting a designated

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