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Four DUIs in 30 Hours? People Do Worse During Blackouts

You’d be surprised how many problem drinkers in a blackout have come out of it having flown to another country. To the untrained eye they may appear sober and rational while complete lack of reason and control have overtaken them, said Dr. Anita Gadhia-Smith, a Washington, D.C., specialist and author of From Addiction to Recovery: …

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DUI Saturation Patrols, Checkpoints Set for Deadly Labor Day Weekend

Labor Day is summer’s last hurrah, and authorities will be working all weekend at DUI checkpoints around the country to stop unsafe drivers. That’s the good news. The bad news is that the National Safety Council calculates that about 400 drivers in the U.S. will be killed in traffic collisions during the three-day weekend — …

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Risk of Alcohol-Related Accidents Rises Substantially on Fourth of July Weekend

Family picnics, neighborhood barbecues, rousing patriotic concerts, colorful parades and spectacular fireworks displays will bring joy and excitement to the lives of millions of Americans this July 4th weekend. Men, women and children of all ages will gather with loved ones to observe the 238th anniversary of our country’s birth, in appreciation of our freedoms …

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Memorial Day Weekend Checkpoints for Drugged, Drunk Driving

An army of officers will fan out over Memorial Day weekend around the country with DUI checkpoints and patrols aimed at snagging not just drunk drivers, but the growing menace of drugged drivers. This intensified focus comes on the heels of a new study that finds an increase in fatal accidents involving marijuana since Colorado …

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April Fools: LIVR Reverse Breathalyzer Blacks Out Bad Behavior

There’s a new smartphone accessory that will measure your blood-alcohol content to let you know if you’ve had too much to drink. And if you have … congratulations! You’re in! A BAC above the legal limit for driving gains you entry into the LIVR app’s social network, like the doorman has waved you into the club.  You access the …

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571 Arrested for Drunk Driving in L.A. Over St. Patrick’s Day

The St. Patrick’s Day DUI Mobilization crackdown on drunk drivers resulted in a significant number of DUI arrests from the sobriety checkpoints, special saturation patrols and routine patrols in Los Angeles County over the weekend. From 12:01 a.m. Friday, March 14, through midnight Monday, officers representing 100 county law enforcement agencies arrested 571 individuals for driving under …

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Two of Five Crash Deaths in U.S. Blamed on St. Patrick’s Day

Don’t push your luck this St. Patrick’s Day. While the holiday may be a time to celebrate with family and friends, your plans should also include transportation to and from your destination if you plan to drink. Law enforcement officials from around the nation will be setting up sobriety checkpoints this evening focusing on both …

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Make Designated Driver Your MVP on Super Bowl Sunday

In advance of Super Bowl XLVIII, Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) has teamed up with Tennessee Titans Tight End Delanie Walker, named the 2013 Titans Walter Payton Man of the Year, to urge football fans to have a plan for how they’ll get home from Super Bowl parties with a non-drinking designated driver, MADD said …

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