MADD & Louisiana State Police Launch “Zero for December”
Posted on Nov 27, 2012 in Personal Injury
Mothers Against Drunk Driving and the Louisiana State Police launched their anti-DWI program, Zero for December, this past Thanksgiving weekend. Zero for December is a highway safety awareness campaign meant to educate drivers about the dangers of impaired driving and to strictly enforce the law. According to Louisiana State POlice Toop C commander Darrin Naquin, “Drunk driving is the most frequent violent crime in America. More than 16,000 people are killed each year in impaired driving accidents. Thirty-eight people were killed in Troop C last year, and 21 of those killed were in alcohol or drug related accidents. Impaired driving damages families and the community.” Troop C of the Louisiana State Police has set up a Christmas tree with white lights. For each death caused by an impaired driver, a white light bulb will be replaced with a red one. Please remember to drive safely during the Holidays and never drink and drive. Call a taxi or designate a driver who won’t be drinking. Bloom Legal is experienced in defending individuals who are arrested for DWI in New Orleans and its surrounding areas, including Jefferson Parish and St. Tammany Parish. If you’ve been arrested for DWI, Bloom Legal can help. Call us at 504-599-9997.