As a matter of fact, this guy is probably the safest person out there right now. I'm sure he'll never drink and drive again. He'll probably never get behind the wheel again. I don't think I'd be able to (I'd probably be suicidal). There has to be something better than locking people like this up. What if he continues to work and all his money is given to the victims to help them through this. I think that makes more sense than prison for a guy like that.
On the other hand, if this guy has a previous impaired on his record, then he needs to be locked up for a long time. Obviously he's not the type to learn.
Come to think of it, the laws ARE subjective. The problem is, the variable is money.
|Kills friend in 86 driving drunk, does 30 days!|
|Pushed Pamela Anderson, does 6 months!|
In the new world, people won't drink and drive, but punishment for crime will be subjective based on the situation.
AND SO IT SHALL BE WRITTEN!