The length of Brown’s sentence is not due to blowing a .10 on the breathalyzer. It's due to the fact that he's a habitual felony offender, with EIGHT previous DWI convictions.
Brown was released from prison only eight months earlier for a previous habitual impaired driving conviction. With the previous felony and SEVEN misdemeanor DWI convictions (and his convictions for felony drug and property crimes), the courts were able to give him a longer sentence for being a habitual offender.
Face it, he’s a menace to everyone, and we’re all lucky to have him off the streets.
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