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#1 Apr 22, 2012
How Many time does someone in Carrollton, have to get Arrested for Drunk Driving, to get taken Off the Street before they Kill an Innocent Person? Read last weeks Paper,
citizen

Fox Lake, WI

#2 Apr 22, 2012
Just thinking wrote:
How Many time does someone in Carrollton, have to get Arrested for Drunk Driving, to get taken Off the Street before they Kill an Innocent Person? Read last weeks Paper,
yep it depends on who you are and who you know
Yup

Eminence, KY

#4 Apr 22, 2012
It's not just Carrollton, it's all f Kentucky. Indiana and Ohio have stricter laws on D.U.I's so people cross the river and party in Kentucky. You can five D.U.I's in a ten year span and keep your license, we need stricter laws. Obviously the way the law is now isn't working and it's only helping the our systems gain their fine money and lawyers to get rich. We have to pay for most of their lawyers because they can't afford their own. Local Judge Stan Billingsly wrote a book about our laws on D.U.I's. Very informative although our laws are not followed by most police officers. The commenwealth attornys office started doing conventions last year for all Kentucky police to come learn their duties on everything from proper protocalll for a crash where someone's been killed or injured and how to handle all the evidence properly so we don't have another kalep king running around after he killed two people due to police not doing their jobs properly. It's scary to think about how many people are driving around high or drunk. What if we do what Ohio does and place a bright colored license plate on anyone who gets a D.U.I. That way when we are on the road, we know where there are and can steal Lear of them......bright pink maybe? Ohios is yellow I believe....it's never going to end if Kentucky doesn't come up with stricter laws. That's all there is to it.
WOW

Eminence, KY

#5 Apr 22, 2012
GOT NOTHING TO DO WITH THE LAWS ITS IF YOU GOT MONEY OR THE RIGHT LAST NAME IT GETS PUT UNDER THE RUG THATS CARROLLTON 4 YA
duh

Shelbyville, KY

#6 Apr 22, 2012
WOW wrote:
GOT NOTHING TO DO WITH THE LAWS ITS IF YOU GOT MONEY OR THE RIGHT LAST NAME IT GETS PUT UNDER THE RUG THATS CARROLLTON 4 YA
This is a very informative and accurate post. It is called "shelving" when someone's offense is put " on the back burner".
WOW

Eminence, KY

#7 Apr 22, 2012
LAST TIME THEY ALL HAD A CAR CRASH SHE STAYED IN JAIL FOR NO TIME ALL DRUNK AND ALL WENT TO HOSPITAL NEVER HEARD ANYTHING AFTER THAT GOT PUT UNDER THE RUG AGAIN SAY IT AINT SO
truth

Chicago, IL

#8 Apr 22, 2012
Life ain't fair people but its life
Lmjas

Oswego, IL

#9 Apr 22, 2012
I drive drunk with everyone lol I drove a power wheel drunk and my mower
Funny

Louisville, KY

#10 Apr 22, 2012
Yup wrote:
It's not just Carrollton, it's all f Kentucky. Indiana and Ohio have stricter laws on D.U.I's so people cross the river and party in Kentucky. You can five D.U.I's in a ten year span and keep your license, we need stricter laws. Obviously the way the law is now isn't working and it's only helping the our systems gain their fine money and lawyers to get rich. We have to pay for most of their lawyers because they can't afford their own. Local Judge Stan Billingsly wrote a book about our laws on D.U.I's. Very informative although our laws are not followed by most police officers. The commenwealth attornys office started doing conventions last year for all Kentucky police to come learn their duties on everything from proper protocalll for a crash where someone's been killed or injured and how to handle all the evidence properly so we don't have another kalep king running around after he killed two people due to police not doing their jobs properly. It's scary to think about how many people are driving around high or drunk. What if we do what Ohio does and place a bright colored license plate on anyone who gets a D.U.I. That way when we are on the road, we know where there are and can steal Lear of them......bright pink maybe? Ohios is yellow I believe....it's never going to end if Kentucky doesn't come up with stricter laws. That's all there is to it.
Toatally agree except that Billingsley is just as crooked as the rest.
yep

Shoals, IN

#13 Apr 22, 2012
she got another one this week. drunk on a weekday shows some class. daddy bailed her out I heard. brittany allen from nas was charged with dui as well.
hot

Louisville, KY

#15 Apr 24, 2012
All i know is Becky Kinman is so fine she is hottie.
dirt

Channahon, IL

#16 Apr 24, 2012
yep wrote:
she got another one this week. drunk on a weekday shows some class. daddy bailed her out I heard. brittany allen from nas was charged with dui as well.
Who?
sea surf

Louisville, KY

#17 Apr 24, 2012
Yup wrote:
It's scary to think about how many people are driving around high or drunk. What if we do what Ohio does and place a bright colored license plate on anyone who gets a D.U.I. That way when we are on the road, we know where there are and can steal Lear of them......bright pink maybe? Ohios is yellow I believe....it's never going to end if Kentucky doesn't come up with stricter laws. That's all there is to it.
A brightly colored license plate would only identify a drunk driver that's been caught and convicted and you'll see it only if you're driving behind that car.

Another reason KY hasn't gone to bright tags route is that having those tags identifies everyone who drives that car as a convicted drunk driver.
Yup

Eminence, KY

#18 Apr 24, 2012
sea surf wrote:
<quoted text>
A brightly colored license plate would only identify a drunk driver that's been caught and convicted and you'll see it only if you're driving behind that car.
Another reason KY hasn't gone to bright tags route is that having those tags identifies everyone who drives that car as a convicted drunk driver.
So don't drive their car....problem solved, put the plate on the front and back like Ohio.....that problems solved too
sea surf

Louisville, KY

#19 Apr 24, 2012
Not all households can afford to have enough cars to let the one convicted drunk driver have his/her own car.

To put a plate on the front of the car, we would have to pass a law requiring all cars to have dual plates, front and back. That means everyone buying license plates would have to buy two and the number currently made for sale would have to double.

If you can find statistics that show that using the brightly colored plates actually deter drunk driving and/or drunk driving accidents, your legislators in Frankfort would probably be happy to take a look at it. If the statistics are significant, they might even be in favor of pursuing the legislation. Go for it!
mighty bull

Waddy, KY

#21 Apr 25, 2012
yep,i agree,if is someone they dont want to prosecute they keep putting it back until the case is out of the limelite then they slip it in as careless driving or something,all you have to do is look at this weeks newspaper bruce westrick,the law and people in justice system thunk we are all ignorant5565
WHAT

Bowling Green, KY

#23 Apr 25, 2012
Plain and simple money talks in Carroll County!
whee

Lexington, KY

#24 Apr 25, 2012
its only fun if you go really fast
gotta love Ctown

Bullhead City, AZ

#25 Apr 25, 2012
dont give them nothing but a jail sentence. why should they be aloud to drive at all. how long will it take for people to wake up. Remember your children and grandkids are out on the roads while these people are drunk. Do you really think a colored tag will keep them from hitting and killing your family. UMMMMMMMMMMMM NO
Yup

Eminence, KY

#26 Apr 25, 2012
gotta love Ctown wrote:
dont give them nothing but a jail sentence. why should they be aloud to drive at all. how long will it take for people to wake up. Remember your children and grandkids are out on the roads while these people are drunk. Do you really think a colored tag will keep them from hitting and killing your family. UMMMMMMMMMMMM NO
No it won't but we will know who they are Atleast.....how many are on the road with the five dui's Kentucky allows? And it's not just drunk people it's high on you name it, it's still driving while under a controlled subject. The one cop bustling people for this got run out of town and bashed for it ( not saying I liked him) but he hated an intoxicated driver as much as I do.

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