In this controversial book, a noted authority argues that drunk driving cannot be controlled by punishments administered through the criminal justice system alone. instead, H. Laurence Ross offers a range of practical solutions to the problem, combinig criminal deterrence with suggestions that could reduce alcohol use, lessen automobile use in situations involving drinking, and improve automobile safety.It can help them cope with grief and ensure loyalty to a society which, like all others, incurs hurt and tragedy in the course of normal operations This is the criminal ... Beyond this, law and criminal justice have the potential to reduce drunk driving and thus to save lives. ... could not affect the vast bulk of drunk driving, for they can be applied only to individuals who have come to the attention of the authorities.
|Title||:||Confronting Drunk Driving|
|Author||:||H. Laurence Ross|
|Publisher||:||Yale University Press - 1994|