Drunk Driving Persuasive Essay by supercalifragilistic

Drunk Driving
This paper argues that drunk driving must be addressed from a sociological and legal standpoint.
# 96289 | 2,217 words | 7 sources | MLA | 2007 | US


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Description:

The paper examines the issues of drunk driving as well as the impact law enforcement has had on its reduction. The paper argues that drunk driving is more of a social issue than a legal issue and that education must be combined with law enforcement to make a difference. The paper contends that the legal system has the ability to mandate treatment and perhaps save the drunk driver as well as those he would have encountered on the road.

Outline:
Introduction
Field Sobriety Tests
Problems
Solutions
International
Conclusion

Sample of Sources Used:

  • BADOVINAC, K. (1994 )The effects of victim impact panels on attitudes and intentions regarding impaired driving. J. Alcohol Drug Educ. 39 (3): 113-118, 1994.
  • BRAITHWAITE,(1989) J. Crime, Shame and Reintegration, New York: Cambridge Univ. Press, 1989.
  • FORS, S. AND ROJEK, D. (1997) DUI offenders' reactions to a required victim impact panel intervention, Athens, GA: University of Georgia, 1997, unpublished report.
  • Mejeur, Jeanne (2003) Still driving drunk: strict drunk driving laws don't do much good unless they are vigorously enforced. From: State Legislatures
  • Newaz, Daphne D. (2006) The impaired dual system framework of United States drunk-driving law: how international perspectives yield more sober results. Houston Journal of International Law

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