I don't think the 12 steps worked in this case.

Unfortunately, With the millions of dollars spent every year on the "Don't drink and drive" campaign, There are still people getting DUI'S. I don't believe that will ever change. We are dealing with human beings, one step above a monkey and they throw there poop but, at what point is it to many DUI'S? At what point do we lock someone up and throw away the key? Taking away there drivers license only means they are driving drunk without a license and I am sure without insurance. Don't yell one (1)  because we all know that answer but how about 2 or maybe 3? What the hell do you do with a person that has been convicted of 4 ( convicted of driving while intoxicated in 1994, 1998, 1999 and 2002.)

Is it time to lock it up and throw away the key? Oh, but wait, What if this person was stopped again on Saturday night and charged (not convicted YET) but charged with his 5TH DUI!!

El Pasoians, If you were the judge and this individual came up infront of you, and YOU found him guilty for his 5th DUI what would your sentence be???

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