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Being drunk, as opposed to simply be intoxicated, can represent loss of control and abandonment to irrational forces. Drunkenness can also symbolize exhaustion, as in the expression “punch drunk.”

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For taxi drivers, one drunken driving incident will be enough for them to lose their business license.
com/uber-problems-california-issues-1m-fine-failing-investigate-drunken-driving-reports-2525641) California Issues $1M Fine For Failing To Investigate Drunken Driving Reports
The first law aiming to combat drunken driving was passed in 2012 but was never effectively enforced.
Drunken driving cases have fallen significantly in Kerala over the past few years thanks to stringent checking, but violations with regard to the use of helmets and mobile phones while driving continue to be widespread.
Joint Commissioner of Police ( Traffic) Anil Shukla said: " A total of 608 motorists were prosecuted for drunken driving against 532 in 2014, 489 in 2013, 418 in 2012 and 346 in 2011.
Kidd spoke to students at two Long Island high schools last week about the dangers of drunken driving.
Lohan now has to work 14 days at the morgue and attend five therapy sessions before the judge ends her probation on a 2007 drunken driving case.
The safety board recommends states adopt the following 11 policies to eliminate hardcore drunken driving.
The 21-year-old actress will soon be working at a morgue as part of her punishment for misdemeanour drunken driving, her attorney, Blair Berk, told a judge.
ACTOR Kiefer Sutherland was sentenced to 48 days in a US jail after being arrested for drunken driving for the second time in three years.
The driver, who was not in the car when authorities arrived, was later found and arrested on suspicion of drunken driving, according to a sheriff's lieutenant.
The new laws ratchet up penalties for severely drunk drivers and repeat offenders, who make up a third of all drivers arrested or convicted of drunken driving, according to statistics.