Legal Question in DUI Law in Minnesota

Is the state reviewing the 5 year conditional release for felony DWI offenders? It seems to me that keeping these offenders on parole is a waste of my tax money. If they continue to get DWI's send them to prison longer rather than pay a parole officer to baby sit them?

Asked on 10/05/10, 10:57 am

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Landon Ascheman Ascheman & Smith, LLC
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While I'm unsure if the state is currently - actively - reviewing the 5 year conditional release for felony DWI offenders, it should be noted that having the person stay in prison generally costs much more than assigning a parole officer to monitor the person.

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10/10/10, 12:12 pm

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