When someone is convicted of driving under the influence or driving while intoxicated (DUI/DWI), one of the many penalties that a state may issue is a license suspension. (Typically, for your first DUI conviction, you will have your license suspended for no longer than six months. For subsequent convictions, you may be stripped of your driver's license for a year. )
Are these penalties tuff enough?
What are your feelings?
We are all aware of the repeat offender.
Can revoking a persons license for life possibly avoid them hurting someone down the road? Or do you feel losing your license for life on the first offense is to strict?
Should people pulled over for DUI have their License suspended for life?
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