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(Studio: Shepard Smith) Report introduced.
(No location given: Jeff Goldblatt) The controversy over an Ohio law that forces citizens convicted of a DUI to be issued a special “Scarlet Letter” license plate as a condition of restricted driving privileges featured. [Defense lawyer Richard PIATT- calls the plate a scarlet letter; says innocent family members may be stigmatized as drunk drivers while driving a family car.] [Motorist convicted of DUI “BRIAN” – says having the plate is embarrassing.] [Ohio Municipal Judge John ATKINS– says people need to take responsibility for making bad choices; says something must be done to get people’s attention.] [Department of Motor Vehicles’ WOMAN – talks about citizens’ reactions to the plate.]
- Smith, Shepard;
- Goldblatt, Jeff
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