Tag: involuntary manslaughter

“I Drove Drunk And It Cost 6 People Their Lives. Here’s How My Own Life Changed Forever.” – From HuffPost

This article by quest writer Robert Veeder just reinforced what I already know. That a minute’s wrong decision can change lives forever. In Robert’s story he says that he was drinking and driving regularly, that he almost felt it wasn’t “if” he went to jail or prison, but when. But I am guessing none of his worse imaginations included wiping out six people and living with the guilt. I bet he is a good addiction counselor, and a good man. I wish him peace on his journey.

READ THE STORY HERE >> https://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/drunk-driving-prison-recovery_us_5c094681e4b0844cda50dee5