Legislator Files Bill for Tougher Oklahoma DUI Laws

State senator Harry Coates has filed legislation calling for stronger penalties for driving under the influence in Oklahoma. SB 1014 would require those convicted of felony DUI to forfeit all vehicles in which they have ownership. The state would then sell the vehicles, applying any proceeds to a drug abuse education and treatment fund. The defendant would be responsible for all costs associated with the seizure, such as wrecker and storage fees.

Currently Oklahoma DUI law calls for suspension of a driver

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