Life ban and prison for drunk driver on third offence

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A MAN has been banned from driving for life after being caught driving under the influence of alcohol three times in two years.
The man was first sentenced to 36 days of community service and had his licence confiscated for eight months by a Torremolinos judge in 2013.
Then last year a Malaga City judge had to once again sentence him to pay a fine and confiscate his licence for a further 22 months as police had caught him driving, this time without a licence, while over the alcohol limit.
The two sentences seemingly having little effect, the driver crashed his car in January this year in Los Boliches, Fuengirola, and police officers found that not only was he still licence-less but he was also once again over the legal limit for alcohol.
A Malaga Provincial Court has banned the man from driving for life and given him a five-and-a-half-month jail sentence.

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