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  1. #1 by Jeff Gallaher - December 20th, 2018 at 12:04

    I received dui in 2002 and get another untill 2012. it is my understanding that the 10 yr law changed in between from date dui received to next dui received to conviction to conviction orviceversa.my ? Is this since one fell under old law and one the new would the 10 years before going back to a 1st offence start at date received and end at conviction? Or would the time begin and end under the old or new law old or new exclusive? P.s.could you tell me which was the new law and which the old.thank you

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