- Mike Hall
- September 12, 2013 - 02:44
Provincial legislation is required which would authorize seizure and detention of the involved vehicle until the completion of court proceedings, together with a mandatory forfeiture of that vehicle upon conviction. Really simple. Really effective. What about the financial or property rights of lien holders or persons who may have just loaned the vehicle to the offender? That's a civil issue between two parties, not a public concern, so sue the offender. Again, that's it: Simple and effective.
- Skeptical Cynic
- September 11, 2013 - 19:28
Introduce legislation allowing law enforcement to impound the vehicles of accused drunk drivers until their trial date... and if they're convicted, their vehicles are immediately forfeited to the Crown, no exceptions. Basically the same approach the justice system uses to deal with poaching scum. That'll solve the problem, guaranteed.
- Tony Rockel
- September 11, 2013 - 11:59
These offenders should be forced to display a prominent sign on their vehicle that says: "Convicted Drunk Driver".