CBS Evening News for Friday, Oct 14, 1983
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REPORTER: Dan Rather
(San Antonio, Texas) City's use of videotapes in cases against drunk driving suspects and apparent impact on culprit examined; police tape shown as example Role of community pressure, especially by Mothers Against Drunk Drivers (MADD) in instigating program noted. [Assistant district attorney Robert ARELLANO - notes suspects want to avoid taping of their behavior.] Focus of defense attorneys argument against videotapes outlined. [Defense attorney Lawrence GARCIA - believes tapes are used to intimidate suspects into pleading guilty.] [ARELLANO - defs. tapes.] Texas noted requiring all suspected drunk drivers to be videotaped after January 1.
REPORTER: Carlos Aguilar
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