Michigan state law dealing with drunk drivers and more specifically repeat drunk driving offenders itself has come under scrutiny and criticism from nonprofit and non-government organizations such as Mothers Against Drunk Driving who claim that the system in Michigan is broken and that the recent arrest of Zenon Roumold Bialokur bears testimony to this fact.

According to a Fox News report, Bialokur was arrested in Macomb County 41B District Court and it turned out that he had a bit of a history when it comes to drunken driving. The man has been convicted (not charges, convicted!) 13 times in the past for drunk driving and currently has 12 current license suspensions, but is not only still driving but is still driving drunk.

Zenon Roumold Bialokur must love giving much of his paycheck to insurance companies. Zenon Roumold Bialokur should be terminated, he obviously does not care about any of us and cannot make the right decision on his own. Michigan obviously is being played and needs to change their laws since they are looking pretty silly right now.

In total, he is said to have served as many as 8 years in prison overall for his crimes, but not continuously. Outstanding DUI lawyers in Grand Rapids, MI, who can be found on USAttorneys.com which continuously helps people who need legal help every day of the week and that amazing legal talent such as Gordon & Hess, PLC which is one of the top law firms in the state, point out that the lack of prison time may be due to several factors that have influenced the case.  

Bialokur is 54 years old and was apprehended earlier this week on suspicion of driving under the influence and later also charged with driving on a suspended license. He is currently in custody in Macomb County Jail and his bond has been set at $50,000. He is scheduled for a court hearing soon.

The 13 previous DUI convictions have come in a time period of 19 years. It is absolutely shocking that this person is not only out of prison, but is still driving. Do the DUI laws in Michigan need to be revisited and revised? Well, Bialokur certainly makes a strong case that may be the right time.

 

At least give him an ignition interlock device but it is too late for that now. He needs to be sent away for a few years. There is no alcohol in prison!

Former Warren Firefighter Charged with DUI, Case to Go to Trial

As reported by mlive.com, an ex Warren firefighter identified as 44 year old Tad Dennis is facing charges of second degree murder after he allegedly caused a fatal accident while driving drunk, which claimed the life of 17 year old Diana Pozderca.

The case will go to trial and the trial date has been set as May 23rd. The car accident occurred back in 2015. Dennis, who at the time was not on duty, was supposedly out on a golfing trip when he decided to grab a few drinks prior to driving back home. Not smart! Why would you do that?!

As per testimonies, he was driving an SUV which crashed into a car operated by Pozderca, a Sterling Heights teenager. Pozderca became entrapped within the debris and had to be extricated out by emergency responders. Unfortunately, Pozderac passed away after she was freed from the wreckage due to her injuries.

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