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WI DOT Releases New Phone App To Help Curb Drunk Driving

March 23, 2013 |
A new phone application released from the Wisconsin Department of Transportation is meant to help people determine it they have had too much to drink and drive or if they are sober enough for the ride home.The new application named "Drive Sober" for smart phones is part of Zero in Wisconsin traffic safety campaign....
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Two Lawmakers Hoping For Support To Toughen State’s Drunk Driving Laws

February 17, 2013 |
Two Wisconsin lawmakers are working on drumming up support to toughen Wisconsin's drunk driving laws.Sen. Alberta Darling and Rep. Jim Ott proposed tougher drunk driving measures in the 2012 legislative session, but the proposals stalled after estimates showed the new measures could cost millions of dollars not already accounted. They are working on reintroducing...
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Woman Cited In Three DWI Crashes In Three Hours

November 3, 2012 |
A 21-year-old Verona woman was cited for drinking and driving after three crashes Oct. 26 in both Green and Dane Counties.A 35-year-old woman was driving with her infant when she was nearly hit head-on by Danielle S. Kraus on Highway J. Officials said the drunk driver was driving the wrong-way straight toward her, when...
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WI Appeals Court: Driving After Huffing Cannot Be Charged As Drunk Driving

August 2, 2012 |
Motorists who huff or inhale contents in spray cans to get high should not be prosecuted as drunk driver a Wisconsin state appeals court ruled Wednesday. The court upheld the decision from a judge who had dismissed her charges since the chemical found in her system didn't qualify as an intoxicant. According to the ruling,...
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