I guess it's a case "do what I say, not what I do":
Volunteer for anti-drunken driving group charged with DUI
May 15, 2007
NORTH BRANFORD, Conn. --A volunteer for Mothers Against Drunk Driving who has lobbied state lawmakers for stricter drunken driving laws has been cited for driving under the influence, police say.
Amy D'Aniello, 31, of North Branford, was charged with operating under the influence of alcohol and speeding early Sunday morning after she was pulled over for allegedly driving 75 mph in a 45 mph zone on Route 80, police said.
A call seeking comment was placed to D'Aniello Tuesday.
The incident occurred about 2:30 a.m. when a police officer was tracking traffic. Police say the officer smelled alcohol on D'Aniello's breath, and she tested at an unspecified amount above the state's 0.08 legal limit.
"I'm profoundly disappointed," said Janice Heggie Margolis, executive director of the Connecticut Chapter of MADD. "I hope she accepts the consequences and is held accountable. I'm disappointed that a volunteer who should know about designating a sober driver, should know about standard practices, chose to drink and then drive."
D'Aniello participated last month in a presentation at the state Capitol, sponsored by MADD, in which she and other volunteers sought tougher laws against drunken driving.
Information from: New Haven Register