Featured Press Release
MADD Rates Every State’s Drunk Driving Laws (11/18/2016)
Today, Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) released its 2016 Report to the Nation, an overview of legislative accomplishments that includes a rating for every state’s drunk driving reform efforts.
Featured MADD Statement
MADD’s response to Ethan Couch’s attorneys' attempt to release him from jail
DALLAS, TEXAS (August 31, 2016): “Today, an attempt by Ethan Couch’s attorneys to challenge the criminal court’s jurisdiction in order to get the teen released from jail is just another cruel antic to evade justice. 720 days in jail for his crimes was not enough, therefore anything less is certainly not enough. The idea that the criminal court doesn’t have jurisdiction is ludicrous. He was a criminal the night he killed four people and injured numerous others while driving drunk. He was a criminal when he failed to show up to a meeting with his probation officer in December of last year. And he was a criminal when he fled the country in violation of his probation. Any attempt by his attorneys to argue differently should be rejected by the courts, and Ethan Couch must remain in jail.”
MADD National Communications
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