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Alcohol Law

STRICTER DUI LAWS IN WISCONSIN??? There are times when people drive home under the influence of alcohol. Many times, people get home without getting pulled over by the local police department, sheriff’s department or the state patrol. Drivers who do get pulled over for drunk driving will be arrested and need to hire an attorney. Lawyers represent men and women in the courtroom, and negotiate lighter sentences with judge and district attorney’s office, there are even times when the case...

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Alcohol and Driving While Intoxicated

Alcohol and Driving While Intoxicated Alcohol is a drug, a very popular drug. Alcohol has been around for a long time, and people have always enjoyed it's effects. Many people have passions for alcohol, some people have refrigerators filled with beer, many others are wine connoisseurs. Alcohol always seems to liven up the party. But no madder what your preference is, alcohol can be very dangerous when combined with the operation of an automobile. If you can remember only a few things...

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Alluring Alcohol

Alluring Alcohol The Deadly Mistake More Women Are Making was an article featured in Cosmopolitan magazine's October 2011 edition. The typical readers of this magazine are college-aged females and older, and as school was just starting back, the timing of this article was more than a coincidence. Stephanie Booth, a popular blogger and MBA graduate presents her article in a stern, yet reflective manner. She uses statistics, polls and radical stories to keep the attention...

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Candy Lightner: Drinking Laws

Candy Lightner There are many laws that protect one’s life and there are many people who influenced these laws. Such as drinking laws. Several drinking laws were enforced to save many lives, but most people do not even think about these laws and how they might have just saved your life, or even a loved ones. If it was not for Candy Lightner, various drinking laws would not have been forced. These laws continue to save lives all around the world. Candy Lightner was born in Pasadena, California...

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Drinking Age MN

age. With many alcohol-related injuries and deaths in teens, possible loss of federal funds, and Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) protests, the Minnesota Minimum Drinking Age Act changed the minimum drinking age from eighteen to twenty-one. As a result, people have become more educated, alcohol related injuries and deaths have declined, and the state has saved over twenty-two million dollars. Before 1984, a person in Minnesota who was eighteen years old could drink alcohol legally. That all...

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Should the Legal Drinking Age Be 18

United States has set the law to age twenty-one. This age determination has been causing controversial issues evident throughout the country for decades.           As history is told, in the early seventies, twenty- nine states chose to lower the drinking age to eighteen. In response to a national mood against drunk driving, the National Minimum Drinking Age Act of 1984 became relevant and required all states to raise their minimum purchase and public possession of alcohol age to 21. States that did...

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The Dangers of Drinking and Driving

Traffic Safety Administration states that 60 percent of all teen deaths in car accidents are alcohol related. Drunk driving cannot only hurt yourself but also the cars and pedestrians around you. Of the 1,746 traffic fatalities among children ages 0 to 14, about one out of every six involved an alcohol impaired driver. To stop all the fatalities and injures from drunk driving awareness should be promoted, laws should be enforced, and students should know what to do if they are put in a drunk driving...

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Legal Drink Age Should Stay the Same

America lower its drinking age to 18. I believe the law should not be changed because there will be an increase of school age kids abusing alcohol. 18 year olds’ are typically still high school students, it is still appropriate for them to hang around other high school students. If they were allowed to legally purchase and consume alcohol, they will also buy or give it to their high school peers. People 14-18 year of age have a higher risk of abusing alcohol because they are new to drinking and do not know...

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Drinking Age Should Be Lowered

adult crimes, and even die for your country, but you cannot consume alcohol. To me that is discriminating against people in the age group of 18-20. As of now, adults over 21 years old are allowed to drink in places such as restaurants, bars, and some other controlled environments. Adults over the age of 21 could work to be seen as role models and promote responsible drinking. They could teach younger adults about the affects of alcohol and how it can affect your ability to function properly. Sensible...

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We Can Fight in a War, but Can't Have a Drink?

the most logical sense in a country where anyone eighteen or over is considered an adult. In 1987 the United States passed a law mandating all states to have a twenty-one year old alcohol purchase age. This means over half of college students are not legal to buy alcohol. College kids are college kids though, and one way or another they are going to get their alcohol. Many people, myself included, believe that the legal drinking age should be changed from twenty-one to eighteen. “An 18-year-old...

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