...and that will easily answer whatever "questions" remain. When we have convicted Felons walking among us with 8, 10 to 15 violent felony convictions (as are posted weekly on this website), why would anyone think that DWI violators would be treated any different?
Eyebrows get raised when someone is killed due to the actions of a multiple DWI offender, not until then. Eyebrows get raised when a gunman robs someone at McDonalds and possesses 10 felony convictions including armed robbery, but not until then. They are allowed to commit crimes and subsequently allowed to walk around the law-abiding public to simply violate more law. They call them criminals for a reason, it's their mindset, it's their career.
Why are they out of jail? I'll give you three chances to answer and the first two don't count!
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