About Alcoholism - Alcoholism Information, Research and Treatment
Impact on Cities
In a single calendar year, Miami police made 29,726 arrests for all types of offenses. More than 15,000 were for drunkenness.
The public drunks ranged in age from a girl of 13 to oldsters whooping it up on their Social Security checks.
Those having the cash to post the routine $25 bond went free after four hours in the drunk tank at the city jail. Those without money spent from a few days to three months behind bars.
Phil White, director of the Dade County Council on Alcoholism, [said], "We figure the cost of arresting and booking a person at around $30. Add to... Login to read more
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