Each year, hundreds of families in Connecticut are left devastated after drunk driving accidents claim the lives of their loved ones.
School is out for most high school and college students in Connecticut. While the summer months are a favorite among young people, they can also be the most dangerous when it comes to fatal car accidents, according to Mothers Against Drunk Driving.
Connecticut lawmakers hope that a new bill will reduce the number of drunk driving accidents in the state by requiring even first-time offenders to install ignition interlock devices on their primary vehicles.
This is a follow-up to a post we did a month ago on drunk driving accidents.
It's been nearly seven years now since the hit series "Mad Men" began on cable TV. The stylish show, set in the early 1960's, famously features copious quantities of alcohol consumption.
In many cases, it is only human nature to want justice after a perceived wrong to one's self or friends and family members. However, in the case of a DUI-related crash, justice, in the form of criminal charges, may be a long time in coming as authorities carefully conduct an investigation into the cause of the accident. The friends and family of a deceased Connecticut woman have recently expressed their concern that additional criminal charges have yet to be filed against the man they feel caused her death.