Curtis Vanek, Gardner, N.D., Published July 24 2012
There are ways to deal with DUIIt seems that every week we read about people getting killed by drivers driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol. Now we read about someone with 14 DUI offenses. This isn’t the first such article relating to such an abuse.
This is a serious illness and the 24/7 program is in no way going to stop anyone from using. The 24/7 program, making the offense a felony, fines and jail are not going to protect society from being killed by an offender.
If someone is driving while under suspension, the vehicle should be impounded until the suspension is lifted. If driving without a license or insurance, except in an emergency, the vehicle should be impounded until the evidence of a license or insurance is provided. If driving after the second DUI conviction, the vehicle should be confiscated and sold, a DUI offender can’t kill if he/she doesn’t have a vehicle. If you rent or loan a DUI offender your vehicle, too bad.