No pity. I am sorry he is an alcoholic, but he could have given up his license, his car, and gotten drunk at home after the first half-dozen DUIs. Plenty of people walk to the liquor store.
In Norway, after your second DUI within five years they take away your license, your car, and no one in your family can own a car lest you borrow it.
Found the following on the net, so better to be a drunk driver in Norway than Bulgaria: A second conviction results in execution.
Which is better than El Salvador: Your first offense is your last-—execution by firing squad.
My husband drove drunk so many times, I shudder to think of the damage he could have caused. He is just plain lucky he was only caught once and that was reduced to wreckless driving because the police violated his rights when they administered the alcohol testing.
He finally went to rehab and has been sober over a year. Our lives have changed completely by his efforts and the grace of God.
I feel for this man and his family; instutions, prison, suicide, murder, and overdose, those are the consequences of an addicts failure to change his/her life.
He probably lost his license- and that is if he even had one- at his first or second DUI.
Is he illegal? Or should I even ask?
I mean, he has absolutely no regard for American laws.