The Polk County District Attorney's Office is recognizing the success of its year-old Victim Impact Panel program. The bi-monthly presentation shows the impact of impaired driving through the stories of victims and their families, former DUI drivers and emergency responders. Most DUI offenders are court-ordered to attend the panel. Presenters include a volunteer fire chaplain, the district attorney, circuit court judge, trauma nurse and law enforcement. Polk County District Attorney Stan Butterfield is part of a group called Local Alcohol and Drug Planning Committee, which decided to start the victim impact panel one year ago. Participants must fill out a comment card at the end of the session. "The most frequent comment we receive is some version of, 'this evening has been life changing,'" Butterfield said. "All I can say is we certainly hope so." Source
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