Time to Write the Parole Board again
It seems the Texas Board of Pardons and Paroles couldn’t wait until after the holidays to inform the Smiths that their daughter’s killer, Catherine Roberts, is being reviewed for parole after serving eight years of a ten-
Offender: Catherine Roberts
TX State ID#08264284
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Driving While Intoxicated (DWI) is a serious problem. Many people believe that it can’t happen to them. Paul and Margaret Smith were two of those people until they got that 4AM knock on their door that every parent dreads. We are not the only organization trying to address this problem, many fine organizations are out there. Many concentrate on lobbying lawmakers to toughen drunk driving laws, but laws don’t change people’s hearts. DWI Tracker is unique in that we attack the problem at its source–on the road. Please consider helping us financially in order to keep you and your family safe and the drunk drivers off the road.
Texas sees about one drunk driving crash every 20 minutes
The 1,323 deaths caused by drunk drivers in 2015 accounted for a staggering 38% of ALL traffic fatalities in the state of Texas.
It Ain’t a Pretty Picture, Folks
According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), 1,323 Texans were killed in drunk driving accidents in 2015 (BAC ≥ 0.08%).
Over 21% of all alcohol-
The average person drives drunk over 80 times before they are finally arrested or involved in an accident.
Some of the statistics scattered throughout this website are from the Rasanski Law Firm.
Over 70% of alcohol-
Please check our calendar on our Outreach page for opportunities to participate in activities designed to raise awareness of the problem of impaired driving.
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“Many times and on many different occasions the police officer has it proved to him there can be very little difference between a crime of neglect and a crime that has been willfully premeditated. If you look at it closely enough you can judge it for yourself. How much difference, for example, as far as moral guilt is concerned, is there between the following:
Number One, a man who plans a killing, takes up a gun, finds his victim and shoots him to death, or, Number Two: a man who thinks he has to look out for no one's welfare but his own, gets behind the wheel of a car, disregards the ordinary rules of safety, and proceeds to commit homicide with a motor vehicle.
Often times the crime masquerades under the guise of an accident. Morally, no matter how you spell it, it adds up to murder just as surely as if someone had taken a gun and shot his victim down.” -
The Creator of “Dragnet” speaks