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for 4 months for his second DUI
Former Arizona Diamondbacks television analyst Mark Grace has been sentenced to four months in jail under a work-release program.
Its a wonder he has to do that much time. I know a couple guys that have had a couple an never done that much time. Az must be alot more strict on dui laws as opposed to Va or Wv.
I agree wasnt meaning he shouldnt have to just that Im shocked he has to.
someone was saying on a local sports show here in Tampa that AZ doesnt play when it comes to DUI. Apparently some of the strictest laws in the US
Nope, none at all. How hard is it to get a cab, especially with the money these guys have?
This is how I'd like to see it done:
1st DUI: Huge fine, and mandatory AA meetings
2nd DUI: Double the fine, and mandatory 45 days at an alcohol treatment facility on their dime.
3rd DUI: Attempted murder (or something similar, as I don't think Prosecutors could meet the requirements for attempted murder on a dui)
This post was edited by A2Wolverines 17 months ago
Think after first DUI should be jail time.
Be curious to see if they toss him into Tent City with Sheriff Joe.
...as well, will Grace end up being a "slump buster" in the gray bar hotel?
AZ has the toughest DUI laws in the country. Not tough enough apparently. They used to say it all the time in commercials and may still do so today. Police patrol Phoenix Metro all the time and people still drive drunk.
I don't get it, but I don't drink so lolatme.
That would be interesting.
Grace in tent city. Don't really want to visualize the second point.
It's payback for Mark making us visualize his slump busters.
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