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There is a serious problem with drinking and diving on our roadways People are getting killed and maimed on our streets because of DWI related accidents This is a problem that needs a serious solution as soon as possible The laws that we have been passing just arent addressing the true problem The states need to take a more proactive role in passing laws that ensure our safety on the roadways The laws that are being passed are obviously not working the people passing the laws are just as guilty of this crime as everyone else Even our new governors cabinet members are being caught as well as judges and law enforcement It isnt just the people who are habitually diving drunk its everyonePeople that have a glass of wine are just as dangerous as a habitual offender that has 10 DWIs The laws that were past that keep DWI on record for life do nothing but raise the statistics Statically it wont be long till everyone has a charge of DWI on their record whether they drink or not because you merely have to be charged and it stays on your record for life even if charges were dropped for any reason If your identity stolen youll suffer same consequence of having a DWI on your record for life The law presumes every citizen innocent even when charged with DWI A judge violates the judicial oath when he or she presumes that a citizen charged with DWI is guilty gives greater weight to the states evidence is predisposed to find for the state or looks for ways to assist the state in the prosecution of a caseThe law imposes the highest burden of proof in criminal matters -- proof beyond a reasonable doubt of every element of the offense Judges who lower this high burden in DWI cases make it probable that innocent people will be convicted so by passing more laws like these
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