A professor calls it the perfect storm of legal challenges.
They’re designed to protest the rights of the accused – but they also given hundreds of drunk drivers the chance to offend again while waiting for their day in court.
With the high number of people being killed from DWIs, prosecuting drunk drivers is more of a priority than ever.
So why does it sometimes take two, three and even four years to take away a license from some drivers who drink and drive?
Bob Buckley investigates in the video above.