Thursday, November 12, 2009

Repeat DUI Offenders Still Get Licenses in California

Many are now complaining about a provision in the state laws of California which allows repeat offenders of DUI to still secure their driver’s licenses.

The complaints are ignited by the conviction of a 42-year-old man who was found having a driver’s license when he committed his ninth DUI violation.

Reports show that the man hadn’t killed or injured anybody and so he was still granted to have a driver’s license.

Repeat offenders may take advantage of California’s policy on DUI and become increasingly risky drivers that could potentially lead to fatal car collisions.

DUI policies in each state should be reviewed and rewritten in order to fit the present violations and lessen fatalities that could arise from them.