posted on Dec, 16 2004 @ 06:23 PM
Article copy pasted from www.kotatv.com...
"Mr. DWI" in trouble again
12/15/2004 5:11:26 PM
The man nicknamed “Mister DWI” is in trouble again.
63–year–old Jerry Zeller was arrested Saturday by police for failure to appear in court for an October drunk driving charge.
This is Zeller's 34th DWI arrest. Prosecutors have not been able to charge Zeller as an habitual offender in the past, since a former state law would
restart the DWI conviction count after five years.
Zeller's last DWI conviction was in June of 1997, therefore Zeller only faces a misdemeanor for his recent arrest with a maximum sentence of one year
The state law was changed in July of 2001 to extend the time frame to ten years, instead of five.
After you read this article can you answer me this, how can get arested 34 times, i thought your leicese was suspened, what is wroung with our justice
system. THis is pathetic, how many time will he have to do this till he kills someone, and when he does we should know that he should, and could have
been in jail many times.