Eighth DUI Conviction For Vermont Man

Eighth DUI Conviction For Vermont Man

ST. ALBANS, VT – MAY 18 2010.  According to the Boston Herald, a Vermont man was convicted of his eighth (DUI) drunk driving offense. His previous conviction had resulted in a motor vehicle homicide.

He spent 19 years in prison and after being free one month, stole a car and crashed it and was charged with DUI.

 “Your drinking is one issue,” Judge Gregory Rainville told him, ordering him held without bail. “The fact that you drink and get behind the wheel of a car makes it that much worse.”


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