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Proposed Bill Would Ban Alcohol Purchases For Convicted DUI Drivers

 Tuesday, January 6, 2015

 KOKH

Oklahoma Senator Patrick Anderson is proposing a bill that would punish those convicted with a DUI charge even further. Senate Bill 30 asks the department to develop a procedure to order the charged individual abstain from alcohol consumption, and not be allowed to purchase alcohol for a time determined by the judge. The bill could also form a law that would charge you with a felony should you be caught giving or buying alcohol for a person you know is under alcohol restriction. That felony charge would come with a fine of up to $1,000, or up to a year in prison.
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