Panel Recommends Long Jail Term for Louisiana DWI.

A DWI Task Force organized by the office of Gov. Bobby Jindal has proposed significant jail terms for those convicted of multiple drunk driving offenses in Louisiana. Third time Louisiana DWI offenders would be required to spend one year in jail. A fourth offense would lead to a three year jail sentence. Current Louisiana DWI law stipulates a minimum of 45 and 75 days respectively for these offenses.

The proposal to increase the penalties for driving while intoxicated in Louisiana have been backed by the state

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