It is ridiculous that the state is not enforcing stricter penalties for Drunk
Driving. For whatever reason, the state often wants to go soft on people and get
a plea bargain. Sad that things like this happen and the state often
doesn't take sufficient action to keep us all safe on the road.
george- the first time I read this story I wondered the same thing about her
sitting on the curb. But returning late last night from the airport, I noticed a
neighbor sitting on the side of the road smoking. Since I know her parents
don't allow that in their home (she is an adult child) she was doing it
outside away from the entrance to her parents home. I'm not saying that is
what this young lady was doing, but it's at least possible that she was
just enjoying the evening right? A very tragic turn of events no matter why she
JSB A driver privilege card is given by DMV to people who cannot prove
citizenship to qualify for a driver license. Our legislature was compassionate
enough to let undocumented people living in Utah a chance to drive. This is the
Odd story about her sitting on the curb after midnight. It's sad that she
died, but why is hard to believe she was sitting there.
If someone has a party and booze is drank they should A. let them sleep their or
B. have a driver for them.
If he already had drunken behavior problems in the past, why in the world did he
have a "driver privilege card?" Is that a driver's license? The
more I look at the situation, the more I believe that if a person is convicted
of drunk driving, their driving privileges in Utah should be permanently