Judge Kiesha Storey to host program for teen driversDeKalb County Georgia. Source: Google Maps.
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This Thursday, Oct. 12, from 5:30 to 7 p.m., State Court Judge Kiesha Storey is leading the Teen Victim Impact Program (TVIP).
TVIP is a series of four presentations within a year, all led by Judge Storey “to raise awareness of the dangers of risky driving behaviors for young drivers facing traffic citations.
“Teen and young adult drivers charged with offenses including, but not limited to, high speeding tickets, texting while driving, or causing an accident by violating the rules of the road, will gather to hear and watch stories of young people who thought a serious crash would never happen to them, but learned the tragic consequences of taking risks and failing to pay attention while driving,” the event announcement says.
During the program, attendees will get the chance to learn about various scenarios of young drivers making risky driving decisions and the outcome of their actions.
This TVIP meeting will be held at the DeKalb County State Court Traffic Division in Courtroom A, which is located at 3630 Camp Circle in Decatur.
Attendees can register online by visiting www.tvip.org or at the event. It is free for those who do not need a certificate of attendance for court and $40 for those who need a certificate.
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