November 25, 2008
A Kenosha man accused of his 11th drunken-driving offense pleaded not guilty Monday, despite evidence of a blood-alcohol level nearly four times the legal limit.
The next hearing is set for January in the case against Deciderio Soto, 51. He is charged with driving while intoxicated, as a 10th and subsequent offense.
If convicted, Soto could be sentenced to 7½ years in prison. He also could lose his driver’s license for at least two years, and his license could not be restored without alcohol treatment.
Soto is in jail because he has not posted a $20,000 cash bond.
Well, it is Wisconsin, so being drunk is one way to get through the misery that is 10 months of snow and bad accents.
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