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A 53-year-old Helena man convicted of his 13th drunken driving charge has been sentenced to 13 months in the custody of the Montana Department of Corrections, followed by a five-year suspended sentence.
Charles Horton’s sentence, handed down Thursday by District Judge Jim Reynolds, is the maximum punishment.
Horton told the judge at Thursday’s hearing that he is not a risk to the community or state. State Probation Officer Lori Moore testified that Horton told her he has been involved in 17
Originally posted by metaldemon2000
Where I live three teens were killed last year by a drunk driver. Since then.there have been major initiatives to remove these idiots from the road. Since then they have been pulling one or two drunk drivers off the road daily. Sometimes more. Many of then are repeat offenders, prohibited drivers, those under suspension.hits crazy. They catch them at all hours of the day too. We only have a population of 165000 over an area bigger than the greater toronto area. Its a heavy drinking town. We have people who have.lost their licences indefinately due to this. I think one guy had more than 13 dui.