Ohio: lifetime ban on man convicted of drunk driving death of trooper means nothing

From Columbus Dispatch
A Westerville man caught driving despite a lifetime ban after killing a state trooper 10 years ago will likely be free again today after posting $150,000 bond.
David K. Dye, 43, was arraigned in Delaware County Common Pleas Court this morning before Judge W. Duncan Whitney for driving under a lifetime suspension, a third-degree felony that calls for at least nine months in prison if convicted. He also faces a minor misdemeanor charge of driving with an open container of alcohol…..MORE

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