"There are no words to describe the pain myself, our families, and friends are feeling after the selfish actions of a drunk driver." Those word from an Oneida teen who lost her "true love" in a tragic car crash.
21 year old Chris Kalbaugh set up a video camera in his car and turned it on while driving through a DUI checkpoint on July 4th (of all days, no accident there) with the intention of documenting if police would let him exercise his constitutional rights and the result has recently gone viral.
An alleged drunk-driving accident in suburban New Orleans had two surprise twists: one, the house the driver rammed had been hit by another car three weeks earlier, and two, the person behind the wheel blamed the occupants of the house for causing the wreck.
Word to the wise: if you’re pulled over for your billionth DUI, the best way to prove your sobriety is definitely not to jump off a bridge. You’re welcome, glad to help.
ESPN analyst and former NBA player Jalen Rose was sentenced in Michigan Wednesday to 20 days behind bars after pleading guilty to driving under the influence in March.
Before the sentence, Jalen told the judge, “I’m humbled, I’m embarrassed, and I’m very apologetic. I can assure everyone that nothing like this will ever happen again.”