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My friend just got his 2nd dui. I believe the 1st one was within 10 years, possibly 7 years ago. I believe the first one happened in his early 40's and this newest happened days ago and he is now 50.
I do not condone what he did and he should know better. He put a lot of people in danger and that upsets me. It was a STUPID move on his part twice over.
I am just trying to understand the legal part of this. I live far away and maybe if I can understand all of this, I can try to do something from all these miles away.
Does it stay on their record forever? Since it has been a certain number of years between dui's will the newest one treated as the first occurance?
If I understand this correctly, he will have to go to court and THEN he may lose his liscence? How is he
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