Judge: DMV Can Revoke License After 5 Drunk or Drugged Driving Convictions

Talk about feeling entitled! The plaintiff in this case, Michael Carney, argued that revoking his license after his sixth impaired driving conviction was a “harsh…as a permanent loss of his license is disproportionate to the offense.” Thankfully the court upheld the DMVs authority to revoke after five convictions, but the real question is why the number isn’t three, or fewer.


The full decision can be read here.


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