First, the scenarios then, explain the purpose and effect of VISs. Last, write


First, the scenarios then, explain the purpose and effect of VISs. Last, write a VIS from the perspective of the victim in the given scenario.
Scenario :
It’s a normal sunny Saturday afternoon. Your spouse asks you if you want to take a ride up the coast. You
hesitantly agree because you need to pick the twins up at your mother’s house. Your spouse suggests that you both pick up the twins early and make it a fun family day. You and your spouse pick up your twin boys, and you begin your journey. You enjoy the warmth of the sun beating down on your face as you close your eyes to soak in the heat. Then you wake up in an emergency room. Your spouse and two children are
gone. You learn that a drunk driver crossed over into your lane and hit your vehicle head-on, killing your
spouse and children instantly. The drunk driver walked away without injury.
Specifically, the following rubric criteria must be addressed for the scenario:
Explain the purpose and effect of victim impact statements (50–100 words)
Craft a victim impact statement from the perspective of the victim (150–200 words)


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