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Letter: Make drunk driving a felony

Make drunk driving a felony

My kids have no cousins. I have no nieces nor nephews. Nor brother. All because of a drunk driver — who got off with a light sentence. Whose lives are destroyed?

I agree with Sheldon Fingerman (“Not having felony DUI bill will destroy lives,” letters, April 13, Aspen Daily News) and all those who understand that DUI is a felony, and those convicted must be kept off the roads.

Sharon DeQuine


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