The provision of the Driver’s License Compact which provides that the level of impairment of one state need not be the same as Pennsylvania’s level to warrant a drunk driving conviction in the Keystone State is unconstitutional, a common pleas court judge has ruled.

Pike County Common Pleas Court Judge Harold A. Thomson said Section 1586, which was an amendment to the compact, “creates an absurd result.”

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