Do You Think DUI Repeated Offenders Should Got to a Rehab Facility Instead of Taking AA Classes?

Question by daff73: Do you think DUI repeated offenders should got to a rehab facility instead of taking AA classes?
I think someone who gets more than 1 DUI definitely has a problem. If so, I think to be sentenced to a rehab clinic would be far more suitable then to do community service, or just a few days in the county jails. They need to get rid of the source of the problem. Drinking. Do you agree?

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Answer by hobo
No Rehab too expensive They all hate AA as I do Make them pick up trash along the roads for a month in chains Never had a DUI myself

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