Khader v. (Restaurant Chain) - The Real Cost of Repeat DWI Offenders

"I'll never forget it. I was at my home and I joined Facebook because my kids are in college and I wanted to keep up with them. Of course they wouldn't friend me, but nevertheless, I'm on Facebook. And I was just scrolling through one night before I was going to sleep. And there is a picture on Lubna Khader's Facebook page. And it had a picture of the van that they had just purchased for Abdallah, which was a special needs van that they could transport him up there and take him around. He'd never been on a road trip with the family. And it said, 'Thank you, God, for our hero, Charla Aldous, who made this possible.' And things like that -- it just doesn't get much better. I literally just stared at it thinking, you know, it's worth it. The long hours, the emotional roller coaster is worth it when you can really make a difference in people's lives, who have suffered such a horrible tragedy."