Every minute in America, one person is injured in an alcohol-related car accident. Tallied up, that’s over 10,000 people who die every single year from drunk driving crashes. Couple that with expensive criminal defense attorney fees, and you have a recipe for a highly disastrous decision.
In case it hasn’t been made abundantly clear to you by now, don’t drink and drive. In fact, don’t even plan to have a drink if you know you’ll have to operate your car later on in the evening. The only way to completely crush your chances of getting cited by a police officer for either driving while intoxicated or Continue reading