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America Close Up (Drunk Drivers) (Part II) #587093

NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Jun 17, 1992
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(Studio: Stone Phillips) Statistics on arrests and traffic fatalities involving alcohol in 1991 Georgia outlined.

(Coming, Georgia: Bob Dotson) Problem of drunk driving in the state of Georgia featured; scenes shown from two cases. [Cobb County police sergeant Steve MERRIFIELD - comments on arresting Bob Wilson for DUI.] [DUI defendant Tony NEISLER - (transcription on screen) talks about people who died in accident.] Photos shown of the victims of Neisler's accident. Statistics on drunk drivers and victims detailed. [Georgia superior court judge Richard GAULT - notes likelihood that DUI offenders will repeat their offense.] [At Neisler's trial, accident victim's granddaughter Kristie CASTLE, Neisler's cousin Sheila McALISTER - ask that Neisler be punished.] Neisler's sentence noted.

Dotson, Bob;
Phillips, Stone

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