Drunk Driving Essay by The Research Group

Drunk Driving
Issues discussed include State laws, deaths, incidence, views on alcoholism, focusing on weaknesses in the NJ law.
# 12503 | 1,350 words | 4 sources | 1997 | US
Published on Jun 16, 2003 in Law (Administrative) , Psychology (Alcohol and Drugs)

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Despite significant progress in the war against drunk driving, drinking and driving is still killing tens of thousands of Americans every year. In New Jersey, the Drinking and Driving Law sounds tough on the books, but the law neglects to target repeat offenders--one of the most deadly groups of drunk drivers. Enforcement of the law is lax when it comes to repeat offenders, and no serious program is offered to encourage more responsible behavior by those who are serious alcoholics. This research proposes to increase the punishment and enforcement of drunk driving laws against repeat offenders, and to provide one-on-one counseling for those who appear unable or unwilling to drive responsibly.

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