On Friday night, a deadly car crash occurred in Greensboro, North Carolina, resulting in the death of Raulo Jacquet Sanders, 32, of Browns Summit. According to the Greensboro Police Department, Sanders was driving north on Huffine Mill Road when another driver turned left onto Huffine Mill Road from Penry Road, causing a collision at the intersection. Sanders’s vehicle veered off the road, hit a tree, and caught fire. Emergency medical services and fire units arrived at the scene and took both drivers to Moses Cone Hospital. Sanders died upon arriving at the hospital. The Greensboro Police Department Crash Reconstruction Unit is currently investigating the incident.
One of the worst consequences for DUI is the stigma of having permanent criminal record for the rest of your life.
If you are arrested and convicted of any type of drinking or drugged driving offense charge, you will receive a criminal record for life now in almost every state, and it cannot ever be expunged. Just have one offense on a driver’s record might not have been as big of an issue in years past, however this is certainly not the case any longer in today’s information age.
Since this offense is a criminal offense on a person’s record that can be found in any standard background check, it will severely affect a person’s ability to be hired by a future employer if they run a background check and finds the DUI or DWI on a person’s criminal record. For example, it will virtually be impossible to be employed in most states as a police officer, firefighter, government employee, teacher, nurse, and many other professional jobs. This is especially true for any type of job that requires extensive driving or having a company car.