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drunk driving

noun as in driving a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol

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Many vehicle accidents are attributed to drunk driving in Hawaii.

To work on serious cases, such as drunk driving or domestic violence, an attorney must have at least a year of legal experience and have represented people in two trials and hearings.

Burton’s research looks to see if a policy that worked to stop smoking actually could have led people to drink more and led to measurable increases in drunk driving fatalities.

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Economists Scott Adams and Chad Cotti of the University of Wisconsin Milwaukee and UW Oshkosh, respectively, looked into the relationship between smoking bans and drunk driving between 2000 and 2005.

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All of this to say that if there was in fact a small increase in fatal drunk driving accidents as a result of these bans, the bans were still worth it.

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She was caught on tape drunkenly berating law enforcement after being pulled over and taken in for drunk driving.

The antidote to both dangers—fireworks and drunk driving—is the same: tighter regulation.

He was arrested not long afterwards for drunk driving while vacationing in Florida.

Imbrecht already had two drunk driving convictions under his belt.

His most recent arrest had been for drunk driving in another borrowed BMW on February 17 of this year.


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On this page you'll find 4 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to drunk-driving, such as: driving under the influence, driving while intoxicated, dui, and dwi.

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