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Saturday, December 12, 2009

Colo. advisers reject tougher DUI sentences, favor lighter penalties for illegal driving - The Denver Post

Colo. advisers reject tougher DUI sentences, favor lighter penalties for illegal driving - The Denver Post

1 comment:

Jordan said...

I'm confused.

Can someone clarify what the decisions were for other items that were to be debated besides DUI?

Am I just misreading or was the debate over "drug possession sentencing" actually carried out?