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Resource ID: #9230
Subject: Alcohol
Source: Tribune (Albuquerque, N.M.)
Date: 1992-12-17



Albuquerque Tribune reports on New Mexico's drinking and driving problem: New Mexico leads the nation in DWI-related deaths per capita every year; reporters find that the bonds are set too low to provide a deterrent; one of every four cases that goes to court gets dismissed; average fines for those convicted are $17; average jail stay is a week; many drivers have 20 or more DWI convictions on their records, but the exact number is unknown because the state record-keeping system is so faulty.

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