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The toughest law in the nation concerned with drunk driving was signed in 1975 by Governor Arthur Link of North Dakota.
The statute gives judges the authority to impound vehicles owned and operated by persons convicted of driving while their license is suspended or revoked or of driving while intoxicated. The law violator would have to pay the cost of impoundment, which would last for the... Login to read more
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