“The Constitutional Court ignores the social consensus”… Incumbent judge criticizes ‘unconstitutional decision to punish twice aggravated driving under the influence of alcohol’


When the Constitutional Court ruled on the 25th that the provisions of the Road Traffic Act, which included aggravated punishment for drunk driving more than once, were unconstitutional, the incumbent judge criticized that “the Constitutional Court ignored the social consensus.” This provision is part of the so-called ‘Yun Chang-ho Act’, which was amended in December 2018 to strengthen penalties for drunk driving. On this day, a chief judge of the district court posted on the court’s internal network, “The Constitutional Court’s simple unconstitutional decision is not


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