Ad from the owner: Fair DUI book

Please excuse this crass commercialism, but I just published a new book and it’s on sale this week for as little as $4.99 (Kindle) and $7.99 (paperback). If you’re not too offended by this post, please spread the word. –Warren

DUI Book

Feel free to trash me in the comments for this highly inappropriate post. I’m putting my asbestos sleepwear on and going to bed.

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About wredlich

Warren Redlich is CEO of SpinJ Corporation, which became owner of IPR in November 2012. He was the 2010 Libertarian candidate for Governor of New York, and has run for office as a Democrat, Republican, Libertarian, Green, and Liberal.

6 thoughts on “Ad from the owner: Fair DUI book

  1. Krzysztof Lesiak

    Lol. I’m down with that.

    From the Amazon description:

    Drunk driving is not someone else’s problem. About 10% of American drivers have a DUI on their record. Countless others have been injured or killed in DUI accidents. Heavy handed groups like MADD (Mothers Against Drunk Driving)
    have pushed us into an insane set of DUI laws that ruin innocent lives without making us safer. Drivers encounter a stacked deck masquerading under the name “criminal justice.”

    This book is about you, your family and friends. You are all at risk. Anyone who ever has just one drink before driving a car should read Fair DUI. It exposes the failures of the current system, offers real solutions for dealing with chronic offenders and for protecting drivers who can be helpless pawns if they don’t know what their rights are.

    DUI trial lawyer Warren Redlich has the answers. He has taken over 50 trials to jury verdict and dealt with over a hundred courts in New York and Florida. His experience as an elected official also gives him additional insights into the politics of law making. The one-time candidate for Governor has a passion for individual liberty, a passion we can most appreciate when we see our own liberties placed in jeopardy.

    Fair DUI is not a bunch of legal mumbo jumbo. It is a plain spoken, easy-to-read guide that will open your eyes to the abuses of the criminal justice system and offer practical advice for protecting your own interests. There are plenty of real life stories that are colorful and instructive, along with specifics like:

    –How to avoid drinking and driving
    –Handling police encounters
    –Whether to take the breathalyzer and how to blow if you do
    –Choosing a lawyer
    –Fight or take a deal

    It pulls no punches when highlighting specific abuses in law enforcement and the harsh and unworkable approach taken by MADD. The book proposes specific reforms, focuses on education and treatment and provides a Top 10 List for dealing with DUI law.

    In an age when so many drivers have become targets, and the human and financial costs of drunk driving continue to climb, this must read is a cutting edge call to arms that no citizen should be without.

  2. paulie


    “Feel free to trash me in the comments for this highly inappropriate post.”

    If anyone doesn’t understand that you need to pay the bills and make your investment here worthwhile, they are free to start their own competing website and not even try to recoup the costs. I wish any such people, if they exist, good luck.

  3. Jill Pyeatt

    I’m never smug when I find my auto insurance clients have received a drunk driving conviction. They’re almost always people you would ‘t expect it from, and the story is usually that they don’t drink much but had a bit of wine at dinner, or something relatively innocuous. It’s devasting to families to have one parent suddenly not be able to drive all the cars in the household.

    I’ll buy the book the next time I put in an Amazon order.

  4. David

    I was lobbying the legislature some time ago talking about how MADD gets our tax dollars to lobby against us. The rep from MADD gave me the third degree, but later had to admit it was true. DUI’s have become big business for government since the police like to target the folks with a. 08 BAC instead of going after those drivers who really cause problems at 1.0 to 1.5 BAC or above. If those breath tests are not accurate why use them?

  5. paulie

    The amount of alcohol it takes to make a given driver impaired varies by individual tolerance levels. I’ve known some people to drive very well after drinking amounts that would kill, never mind impair, most other people. I’ve even known some alcoholics to drive worse if they have not been drinking. Their minds and bodies get used to the presence of alcohol and don’t handle its absence well. There are many other things which can cause someone to be impaired, being tired for example, or distracted. Driving impairment tests should focus on the impairment, not factors that may contribute to it.

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