I get this is a joke, but its really not in good taste. We all know MADD stands for Mothers Against Drunk Driving. It is comprised of parents who have children that were killed by drunk drivers- think about that for a moment. I am embarrased to admit I have in my past been convicted of a dui. Part of my penance was to attend a MADD panel. I listened to a father who lost a daughter. I felt remorse that I did not think was possible. In my opinion, this is not something to joke about or trivialize.
Aaron: Very enlightened jurisdiction (or court, judge, or magistrate) you were in. Call it penance, I'll call it enlightenment.
And, as confession is good for the soul, I had a DUI also, but I was too young and alcoholic to make serious sense of it all. I kept drinking--and driving--for several more years. I praise God (seriously) that I never had another DUI accident. He was watching out for a lot of (other) people.