Poll Results: Majority Disagree With Proposed Changes to Penalties for Repeat Drunk Drivers

See the breakdown of the results from last week's poll.

Last week, we asked you so much that refusing to take a breath test would constitute a conviction- and a further suspension of a driver's license. 

A total of 28 people voted in the poll. The results? 

  • 18 (64 percent) said, "No, refusing to take a breath test shouldn't turn into a conviction." 
  • 10 (35 percent) said, "Yes, changes to the law could keep repeat drunk drivers off the road." 

What do you think of the results of the poll? Tell us in the comments section below. 

DAMM November 01, 2012 at 02:59 AM
mellanies law has taken so many of us who drive for a living out of the work force.2 dui's, 1989 and 1999.Mellanies law is just a way for these shameless liberals to hide behind an accident to create more $ for thier continuous over spending.Mellanie caused me to loose my career state job.Ridiculous if you got any tougher on drunk drivers you mine as well cut off a limb. (DAMM) Drunks against madd mothers.


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