Reitan: Driving under the influence, don't risk it
The recent arrest of a Mapleton man highlighted the fact he was being charged with a Felony Driving Under the Influence (DUI) offense. While the arrest captured the attention of the media, the Felony charge is not that unusual. Prior to the 2013 North Dakota Legislative Session, a person arrested for an alcohol related offense would be charged with a Felony if the person had four alcohol related convictions anytime in the previous seven years.
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