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June 30, 2008



A judge in West Virginia did a good analysis of the statistics a couple years ago, using MADD's own numbers to show that no reasonable administrator could rule that driving over the limit was suicide, and was reversed on appeal. We're talking about the difference between a one in a million chance of dying on a normal car trip, one in 100,000 if you are not drunk but have an illegal blood alcohol level, and one in 10,000 if you are actually drunk.

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