Victim Impact Panel .03.28.12

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DWI Victim’s Panel March 28, 2012

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Fran

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SAM

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SCOTT

Male BAC:

Male BAC

Female BAC:

Female BAC

Brain MRI:

Brain MRI

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Brain Drain

The Morning After:

The Morning After 2:00 a.m. ...You get into bed, the room is spinning./ .190 3:00 a.m. ...Sleeping/ .175 4:00 a.m. ...You wake up with a pounding headache, find the bathroom and take aspirin./ .160

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5:00 a.m. ...Sleeping/ .145 6:00 a.m. ...Alarm startles you awake. Reluctantly, you get up for work./ .130 7:00 a.m. ...You leave for work, wondering why the keys won't fit the lock./ .115

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8:00 a.m. ...You've miraculously made it to work, but you're still legally intoxicated!/ .10 10:00 a.m. ...You leave for an appointment and could still be arrested for "driving under the influence."/ .07 12:00 p.m. ...Still under the influence./ .04

Lung Trauma:

Lung Trauma

When a Child is Hit by a Car:

When a Child is Hit by a Car

Motorcycle Accidents:

Motorcycle Accidents

Chest Injury:

Chest Injury

Leg Injury:

Leg Injury

Rear Impact Injury:

Rear Impact Injury

Brain Injury:

Brain Injury

Abdominal Injuries:

Abdominal Injuries

Side Impact Injury:

Side Impact Injury

Adult Pedestrian:

Adult Pedestrian

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The Faster the Speed the Bigger the Mess When will You Stop?

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Rich

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Self- Evaluation

Criteria 1:

Criteria 1 Can you handle more alcohol/drugs than you used to? Do you have any of these: rapid drinking, early morning drinking? Does it take more of your substance to achieve intoxication or desired affect? Have you ever experienced reverse tolerance?

Criteria 2:

Criteria 2 Do you or have you experienced: tremors, sweats, palpitations, hallucinations, anxiety, vomiting or seizures?

Criteria 3:

Criteria 3 Do you use/ drink over a longer period of time than intended? Are there any recent increases in your substance use? Is there any recent decrease in your substance use?

Criteria 4:

Criteria 4 Have you attempted to stop your substance abuse? Have you attempted to control use? Have you switched substances/drinks?

Criteria 5:

Criteria 5 Has your substances use interfered with your time spent with your family, friends, jobs? Do you spend more and more time trying to obtain your substance? Do you spend a great deal of time recovering from the effects of your substance?

Criteria 6:

Criteria 6 Has your substance use caused job troubles or loss? Has your substance use caused problems with your family or friends? Has your substance use caused loss of interest in recreational activities? Does your substance use affect your performance at work, school and/or home?

Criteria 6:

Criteria 6 Has your substance use caused job troubles or loss? Has your substance use caused problems with your family or friends? Has your substance use caused loss of interest in recreational activities? Does your substance use affect your performance at work, school and/or home?

Criteria 7:

Criteria 7 Have you experienced blackouts? Do you have any physical problems which may be a result of your substance use? Do you have any DWI’s or DWAI’s? Do you have any legal problems related to your substance use?

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Have you experienced emotional problems as a result of your substance use? Do you have anger problems or mood swings related to your substance use? Do you have any physical or emotional problems exacerbated by your substance use?

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Everybody Hurts

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