Alcohol Monitoring Technology Has Kept Half a Million Users Sober
Alcohol Monitoring Technology Has Kept Half a Million Users Sober

The world’s first transdermal alcohol monitoring device created by Alcohol Monitoring Systems (AMS) in Colorado has officially monitored 500,000 people to prevent drunk driving. The system, known as SCRAM Continuous Alcohol Monitoring (SCRAM CAM), is an ankle bracelet that tests the wearer’s perspiration every 30 minutes for traces of alcohol. The system was launched in 2003 by Jeff Hawthorne, an engineer who lost a college friend in a drunk driving crash.

The SCRAM CAM system is usually used to monitor repeat drunk drivers to ensure they are following the conditions of their probation or bond. According to the data, 99.4% of the system’s users are completely sober and compliant while using the device.

According to AMS CEO Mike Iams, besides keeping users sober throughout their probation period, the technology also often has a positive long-term effect on them. Users and their family members frequently report that the device helped them stay sober long term and turn their lives around.

“The effectiveness of this alcohol monitoring technology is truly amazing. We hope to see AMS devices used more frequently to help fight the drunk driving problem on our roadways,” said Attorney Walter Clark, founder of Walter Clark Legal Group.

Our firm has been handling personal injury cases throughout the California Low Desert and High Desert communities for over 30 years. With a 95% success rate, the California personal injury attorneys at Walter Clark Legal Group will fight to hold those responsible for your loss accountable and win compensation to cover medical bills, lost wages, and pain and suffering. If you have been injured in an auto accident and want to discuss your legal options, contact us today at (760) 777-7777 for a free consultation with an experienced personal injury lawyer. We have offices in Indio, Rancho Mirage, Victorville, and Yucca Valley and represent clients through the entire California Low Desert and High Desert communities.

DISCLAIMER: The Walter Clark Legal Group blog is intended for general information purposes only and is not intended as legal or medical advice. References to laws are based on general legal practices and vary by location. Information reported comes from secondary news sources. We do handle these types of cases, but whether or not the individuals and/or loved ones involved in these accidents choose to be represented by a law firm is a personal choice we respect. Should you find any of the information incorrect, we welcome you to contact us with corrections.

Recent Posts
Popular Tags

Walter Clark Legal Group

Walter Clark Legal Group
N/a
Skip to content