The Latest: Governor's office: Drunken driving law is legal
June 22, 2017
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — The Latest on a lawsuit that alleges Oklahoma's new drunken driving law denies the right to due process (all times local):
A lawyer in the Oklahoma governor's office says Gov. Mary Fallin will address a lawsuit over the constitutionality of a new drunken driving law in court.
Fallin signed the law June 8. It abolishes the appeals process for people trying to keep their licenses after being arrested for DUI and takes effect Nov. 1. Fallin later issued an order allowing an administrative hearing if the Department of Public Safety plans to take a person's licen...