Maryland Senate passes bill to stiffen sentences for repeat drunk drivers

This morning the Senate unanimously passed the felony impaired driving Bill that I, along with Jaymi Sterling and other members of the Traffic Safety Committee of the Maryland State’s Attorneys’ Association, collaborated with Governor Hogan’s Administration in drafting. It now goes to the House for committee vote. Maryland is one of only four states without a felony DUI law. The new law would make it a felony punishable by up to 10 years in prison for a fourth or subsequent conviction for impaired driving.

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