May

17

New York Man Gets 20 Years For Seventh DUI

By Mary Ann

A Syracuse, New York man was sentence to 20 years to life in prison following his seventh DUI conviction.

Ronald Daggett was convicted, most recently, of riding a motorcycle drunk and impaired by drugs. In 1982, Daggett killed a man in a DUI incident.

After his sixth DUI conviction in 1999, Onondaga Judge Joseph Fahey warned Daggett that he could face a life sentence if he got into trouble again. He then sent Daggett to prison for two to six years for a DUI offense and aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle.

Daggett was released in 2003. The Judge also suggested whoever issued Daggett a license following his release from prison should be standing in court alongside Daggett.

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