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When an innocent bystander is killed or injured in a drunk or drugged driving crash, certain expectations fall into place. We expect the offender to understand the consequences of their actions. We expect the punishment to fit the crime. We...
This week we went to visit the Grand Prairie Police Department to provide teddy bears for them to give to children endangered by drunk driving. The truth of the matter is that over 50% of children involved in a drunk...
What’s a Walk without a t-shirt? Help us celebrate the 10th anniversary of Walk Like MADD and select next year’s official from the three designs below. Vote now!  ...
For all you mothers out there, you look forward to a day like Mother’s Day because you know that you can put your feet up and enjoy all the well-deserved attention from the kids and your significant other. It’s also...
Do you try to make your mom proud? I do. Every morning, I move my bowl to the sink like she taught me. At school, I pay attention to my teachers, because she said education was important. And at night,...
The recent 2017 Mid-Atlantic DUI Conference in Virginia Beach, Virginia provided a wealth of information about all aspects of drunk and drugged driving to more than 300 attendees. John Marshall, the Director of the Office of Safety Programs with the National...
In recognition of National Police Week, established in 1962 as a time to honor the men and women who put their lives on the line daily to protect and serve, we pause to say thank you to all law enforcement...
Last week, the Governors Highway Safety Association released an update to its 2015 report on drug-impaired driving. As a result, some media coverage of the report has suggested that drugged driving has overtaken drunk driving in terms of traffic fatalities. This...
In December of 2012, Nancylee Salerno was returning home from holiday shopping when a 29-year old drunk driver entered an I-84 off-ramp traveling in the wrong direction. Several cars swerved to avoid the wrong-way driver, butNancylee did not have enough...
In July, the National Association of Drug Court Professionals held the world’s largest conference for treatment courts and criminal justice reform. More than 5,000 people gathered at the National Harbor Convention Center in Baltimore, Maryland to take part in more than 300...