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Showing posts with label drunk driving. Show all posts
Showing posts with label drunk driving. Show all posts

Monday, August 10, 2009

sober companion alert: Taking drugs make you forget about how much you drink

dr. sober companion wants to ask you about your drunk driving:

Taking drugs sometimes make you forget how much you have been drinking. Are you an alcoholic? Do you have a problem with alcohol? Have you been in a DUI incident once or more? All this talk about drug addiction makes people forget that drinking while driving may not only kill your children driving, but it may kill someone elses children as well.

dr. sober companion can save the lives of your children, and the children who might be killed by the DUI.

Saturday, May 2, 2009

Shia Labeouf confesses DUI one year later

Did this DUI kill someone? Will you let yourself commit a DUI? Will you kill someone DUI?

SHIA LABEOUF has confessed he should never have been behind the wheel of a vehicle the night he crashed his truck in Hollywood last September 2008. Shia LaBeouf confessed, "I had a whiskey and three beers, the fact that I ever got into the car was a mistake." Shia Labeouf also confessed: "I’m in AA (Alcoholics Anonymous) now, too.

You don't have to be famous to have a problem with alcohol or an addiction to drugs, and you don't have to be a star to get into the drivers seat of a car while intoxicated.

Please admit to yourself that you, your son or daughter need help. You need dr. sober companion immediately. Please call dr. sober companion before you, your son or daughter kill themselves and the people they are driving with or the people you, your son or daughter manage to kill while committing a DUI.

The Transformers star was never charged with DUI drunk driving after the accident, even though police suspended his license, claiming the actor had failed to co-operate with them directly after the crash. Why did they not arrest him like they do for everyone else? Why let a DUI free?

Shia Lebeouf is coming clean about his DUI in a new Playboy magazine interview.
Shia LaBeouf, 22, says, "I had a whiskey and three beers. I’m not going to start speaking on law stuff now and corner myself, but the fact that I ever got into the car was a mistake."
The star is preparing for his third surgery on his shattered hand, which was badly damaged when he flipped his truck after colliding with another car - and he admits the headline-grabbing smash was a huge wake-up call.

He adds, "I’m in AA (Alcoholics Anonymous) now, too. I’ve had drinks, but it has been a levelling-out process. Am I an alcoholic? I may not be. I don’t know. But I also know that, in the situation I’m in, with temptations what they are, I have no room for alcohol in my life."

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Monday, December 22, 2008

DUI stories by the police asking please don't make the police your designated driver

State police are pleading with people with DUI trouble - don't make the police your designated driver. Officials have unleashed "Operation Santa," a program that aims to prevent injury and save lives by aggressively targeting drunken drivers. "We are trying to save lives and keep all of our roads and highways safe," said John Danaher III, state public safety commissioner. "Any amount of alcohol never mixes with driving a vehicle anywhere in our state." Lt. J. Paul Vance, spokesman for the state police, said they are planning roving patrols and increased surveillance throughout areas in Greenwich and Stamford on Interstate 95. However, there are no sobriety check points scheduled in town, according to a press release that lists all check-points from now until New Year's Day. Greenwich police said they do initiate check-points and increased patrols during the entire holiday season, from Thanksgiving to New Year's Day, on account of the higher frequency of incidents. The traffic section has not release any specific check-point areas planned this year. Operation Santa stands for "Stop Another Needless Tragic Accident," said Vance, who noted both Christmas Eve and New Year's Eve traditionally show high numbers of drunken driving arrests and related accidents. "From what we've seen in the past, the numbers are pretty much consistent with both holidays," Vance said. Police said they believe drunken driving incidents are more prevalent during the holidays because there are many celebrations, such as house and office parties, that take place and often involve alcoholic beverages. State police are hoping residents chose designated drivers to avoid the fines, jail time, serious injury and death, that can result from a DUI or driving while under the influence, Vance said. Police also want motorists who see a drunken driver to report it, as well as to make sure everyone in their own car wears a seatbelt.