A new proposal in Oklahoma would bar drunk drivers from buying or consuming alcohol — and already is raising concerns over how it would be enforced.
Fox 25 in Oklahoma City reports that state Sen. Patrick Anderson is proposing a bill that would allow a judge to enforce the alcohol restrictions on anyone with a DUI charge for a set period of time.
Further, it could end up punishing those caught buying alcohol for someone subject to those restrictions.
Defense attorney Richard Roth described the measure as a needed deterrent to stop repeat offenders from drunk-driving.
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