On January 24, 2011, the Legislative Yuan passed the so-called "Three Laws on Drunk Driving" in the third reading, including the Criminal Law of the Land, Navy and Air Force, Article 185-3 (Public Danger) of the Criminal Law, and Article 185 of the Road Traffic Management Penalty Regulations. Articles 35 and 35-1 are intended to increase penalties for driving under the influence of alcohol. The criminal law of the army and navy is not mentioned here. Some amendments to the criminal law are as follows (the bottom line is to increase or increase the punishment): Screenshot_2022-02-02_am 11_54_00 Photo Credit: provided by the author As for the amendments to the Road Traffic Management Penalty Regulations, the clauses are longer and I am afraid that many people will not have the patience to read them. The brief description is as follows: The key point of Article 35 is to add amendments to behaviors such as "drinking and driving (drug driving)", "refusing to be checked after passing the alcohol test", "refusing the alcohol test", "
drinking before taking the alcohol test", etc., the "third" recidivist The highway competent authority (supervision station) may publish his name, photo and the facts of the violation; Article 35-1 is to amend the relevant provisions of "Automatic Ignition wedding photo retouching services Locking Device for Vehicles (commonly known as: Alcohol Lock)". The above three laws were officially implemented on January 30, 111. (Reference: Legislative Yuan's Deliberation and Speech System ) New Amended Penalty: Heavy or Not? Looking at the increase in penalties related to drunk driving this time, we can basically see that the government attaches great importance to the rising issue of drunk driving -
or should be said: under the pressure of public opinion, the law has to be amended to be closer to public opinion. However, as long as you look at the comment area below the law revision news, you will know that the intensity of such revisions is far from meeting the expectations of public opinion (letting aside those silent and invisible public opinions, the "public opinion" here is limited to online comments) . After all, for people with simple justice, they are not usually seen to express their voices in any public policy, but they often appear suddenly in those serious drunk driving accidents and start to "supervise" and "urge" the government, shouting: "Drinking a