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Part One: Overview of the Hardcore Drunk Driver
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Part Two: Prosecutorial Considerations

Prosecutors must take an active role in dealing with hardcore offenders as effective prosecution cannot occur in a vacuum.  This segment discusses the ethical issues facing prosecutors, the importance of maintaining the integrity of the offenses charged and the differences between a traditional approach and a more effective comprehensive and multidisciplinary approach in dealing with hardcore drunk drivers.

Part Two: Prosecutorial Considerations
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Part Three: Effective Sanctions

Certain, consistent and coordinated sanctions are key to reducing hardcore drunk driving.  This segment discusses the effectiveness of pre-conviction terms and conditions, post-conviction sanctions and appropriate treatment to reduce recidivism and ultimately save lives.

Part Three: Effective Sanctions
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Hardcore Drunk Driving Prosecutorial Guide: A Resource Outlining Prosecutorial Challenges, Effective Strategies and Model Programs

Hardcore drunk drivers are responsible for 68% of all drunk driving fatalities and are 380 times more likely to be involved in a crash. This monograph addresses the issues and challenges faced by prosecutors in handling cases again these hardcore offenders, encouraging a multidisciplinary approach in dealing with them while maintaining the integrity of impaired driving prosecutions, with the ultimate goal of preventing recidivism.

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The Ethical Pitfalls of Social Media
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Current Trends in Gang Prosecution
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