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16 DUI Convictions, Driver Still Driving

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Colorado prosecutor says state's weak DUI laws, which don't penalize repeat offenders aas felons, are partly to blame for allowing one driver to stay on the road, even after 16 convictions.  KUSA's Anastasiya Bolton reports.