Report drinking and driving...and our justice system... in Provincial Politics Posted November 20 On 8/11/2020 at 2:11 PM, dialamah said: I think it should be addressed earlier on - most people don't kill anyone the first time they drive drunk and usually have previous court appearances. My opinion is that a first offense results in those in-vehicle breathalizers and out-patient addiction treatment of a minimum six months, will jail time for non compliance Second offense - in-person addction treatment, six months minimum and minimum one year loss of licence. Third offense, jail time, probation and loss of licence until proof of long term sobriety - at least a year, maybe as long as 5 years. Or something along those lines. I've a friend who realized he had to stop driving drunk when he smucked up a work vehicle and had to use the in-vehicle breathalyzers in his work truck as well as his personal vehicle. Ever since, he's been religious about using transit or taxi if he's been drinking. I find those to be very sensible solutions, Dia.