Would you go to the benefit, give you money if you were a business? Here's the deal: A 17 year old high school senior was severely injured in a DUI accident a week or so before Christmas. His family has set up a fund and benefit to help cover the staggering medical costs that are building. They're asking for baskets to raffle, donations from local businesses for auctions, all the usual stuff. Here's the kicker: The 17 year old was charged with Aggravated DUI, Underage Consumption, and Disobeying a Traffic Device (Stop Sign). He ran the sign and hit another car, serious injuring not only himself, but to the passenger in the other car. So, let's hear it: Yes, the medical bills are building, there's no question, but does the idea of "forgive mistakes" carry far enough to give this family money to pay, not for the OTHER person, but for the bills incurred by the one charged with the accident? It's causing quite a stir locally, the debate being do you help a family out, or is it rewarding his behavior by giving them money?