For many years the drinking and driving laws in the United States were under enforced. Motorists were typically only arrested when an accident was involved or when they were so intoxicated it was impossible to ignore them. Over the last 20 years, the anti-drinking and driving movement pushed for harsher laws and tougher penalties across the United States. As a result, most states changed their drinking and driving laws to provide easier enforcement and increased penalties. In addition, many states, including Nebraska, have made the punishment for even a first-time drunk driving offense harsher if there are aggravating circumstances. Aggravated
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