DUI Confinement Too Close To Home

Confinement too Close to Home?

SAN JOSE MERCURY NEWS

In May in Narragansett, R.I., Kevin T. McGreevy was sentenced to 20
days’ home confinement for his second drunk-driving conviction. As usual,
home confinement will be monitored by an electronic bracelet that alerts
authorities when the subject strays more than 150 feet from his base.
Unknown to the judge who imposed the sentence, McGreevy lives in an
apartment right above the Bon Vue Inn bar and nightclub, well within the
150-foot zone.

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