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屏東民間小額借款台中小額借錢急用A road crash that killed a police officer in Taoyuan last week has sparked public debate about the prosecution of drunk drivers, with law enforcement officials yesterday calling on the government to impose harsher penalties on people conv高雄學生小額借款各家銀行小額信貸利率比較2017icted of drink-driving.
Chen Ming-hui （陳小額借貸利息算法明慧）, 31, from Dapu Police Substation in Taoyuan’s Gueishan District （龜山）, was on Friday pronounced dead due to her injuries after a police car driven by a colleague crashed while they were pursuing an alleged drunk driver, Liu Shui-sheng （劉水生）, in the early hours of Wednesday morning.
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“I call on President Tsai Ing-wen （蔡英文） to deal with this issue in earnest. Alcohol-impaired drivers not only hurt themselves, but they also hurt other people and their families,” she wrote on Facebook.
“The moment my sister passed away, my heart was filled with much pain, and it still hurts,” she said. “Our family is suffering from this tragedy. Taiwan’s justice system is too lenient on drunk driv高雄小額借款5萬未滿20ers. Accidents caused by drinking and driving keep on happening, but the offenders get off with only paying fines. This type of punishment means nothing to most 小額貸款率利最低銀行 2017drink-driving offe身分證借錢台中nders.”
Law enforcement officers also s高雄借錢網站p小額信貸利息低oke out against drink-driving penalties.
The officers called on lawmakers to propose amendments to the Criminal Code that would see drink-driving offenders handed ma小額借錢銀行n小額借貸datory prison sentences.
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推薦 台中小額借貸銀行小額借款快速撥款高雄小額借貸廣告Chang Hui-tzu （張惠慈）, traffic division captain for Haishan Precinct in New Taipei City, said that compared with ot小額信貸利率計算her 小額借款3萬 台中nations, the penalties for drink-driving offenses i高雄借錢借款n Taiwan are too lenient.
“Either we must launch more public education campaigns, or hand out heavier sentences with higher fines. The law does not have a deterrent effect,” Chang said. “It is most important to let motorists know the severe consequence of dr小額信貸利率試算inking and driving. Only when motorists understand their responsibility, and that these offenses will have a high price and serious consequences, will our society bring a halt to the alcohol-impaired driving problem.”
She said that drink-driving offenders are台中民間小額借貸 fined between NT$15,000 and NT$90,000, adding that drunk drivers who cause injuries can be sentenced to between one and seven years in jail, while drunk drivers who cause台南小額借款學生 death can be sentenced to between three and 10 years in中壢小額借款3萬 jail.
Separately yesterday, Presidential Office spokesman Alex Huang （黃重諺） said Tsai was saddened by the news and wanted to express her condolences to Chen’s famil銀行小額信貸 免保人y, adding that the president requested generous bereavement benefits be provided to Chen’s family.
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