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Mothers Against Drunk Driving

Thrice-convicted DWI offender charges with killing three ...

It’s possible that an arrested drunk driver be charged with multiple DWI-related violations, or multiple counts of charges following the arrest. Minnesota DWI laws allow multiple charges and view each count as an indication that an individual has possibly committed a particular violation. The charges are primarily used to determine the severity as well as the length of sentence, and to classify whether the committed crime is misdemeanor, gross misdemeanor or felony. In a situation where you face separate, multiple or additional sentences of incarceration or some other punishment, an experienced Minnesota DWI attorney is capable of knowing if the law allows the sentences for such offenses to be served one after another or all at the same time.  (Aug 1, 2013 | post #2)

Paris, TX

Couple get arrested for illegal drugs and paraphanelia.

An Antioch Community couple was arrested on March 4th and charged with multiple illegal drug offenses. LaSalle Parish Sheriff’s Office narcotics detectives went to the home of the couple for the purpose of serving two arrest warrants on Grady O. Jones, Jr., 31, for contempt of court. As officers entered the residence, they noticed a strong odor of burned marijuana. Further investigation of this confirmed the detective’s suspicions that marijuana had been smoked inside this residence. Upon searching the residence, detectives were able to locate suspected marijuana, suspected methamphetamines, and other drug paraphernalia items. Jones and Samantha Peppers, 21, were both arrested and charged as follows: Jones – possession of CDS I, marijuana; possession of CDS II, methamphetamines; and possession of drug paraphernalia. Peppers – possession of CDS I, marijuana, second offense; and possession of drug paraphernalia, second offense. As of press time Monday morning, both remained in the parish jail. A parole hold, through the Louisiana Department of Probation and Parole, has been placed against Jones, and bond will be set for Peppers.  (Jul 29, 2013 | post #21)

Mothers Against Drunk Driving

Mother On A Mission Fights Drunk Driving Problem

Generally MADD favors: • Education (about the dangers of drunk driving), advocacy and victim assistance • Strict policy in a variety of areas, including an illegal blood alcohol content of .08%[4] or lower and using stronger sanctions for DUI offenders, including mandatory jail sentences, treatment for alcoholism and other alcohol abuse issues, ignition interlock devices,[5] and license suspensions • Helping victims of drunk driving (this includes family members and other loved ones of both innocent victims and guilty impaired drivers) • Maintaining the minimum legal drinking age at 21 years • Mandating alcohol breath-testing ignition interlock devices (IIDs) for everyone convicted of driving while legally impaired  (Jul 24, 2013 | post #4)

Mothers Against Drunk Driving

Portsmouth police announce weekend DWI checkpoint

What are the punishment for first time drink driving offense?  (Jul 23, 2013 | post #1)