Impound Autos In DUI Cases? State Practices Differ

Print More In Florida, authorities routinely lock up drunken drivers’ cars for as long as three months, the Kansas City Star reports. In Nebraska, they can, too. But state officials are hard-pressed to name even once that happened. Today, 12 states — from California to Vermont — allow authorities to impound cars after DUIs, a penalty
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