Deny Matthew Mitchell's request for a driver’s license reinstatement

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Laurie McKenna
2 years ago
He should in jail. Such poor driving decisions he should bever drive again, period

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Wali Ahmed
3 years ago
Very important.

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VIRDIE LILES
4 years ago
I do not care who you are,policemsn/woman,if you kill endanger the people that you take an oath to protect,& you don't then you need to be punished.If you show no remorse or apologize then that police man/woman should be fired. To the family of the young lady he (He "killed" I am so sorry for ya'lls loss,May God help you each get through this injustice done to your family. (((( Hugggggsssssss for you all))))

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patsy korth
5 years ago
this is important because we all trust our police and law officials to uphold the laws and abide in them, the same as they expect us to do...we honor our fallen officers when they are laid to rest., and provide for their families after their death....How can this man deserve any honor, after causing the deaths of two beautiful sisters because of HIS breaking the very law he took an oath to serve.???? He should be punished as any other citizen would be... His actions were not that of an officer of the law, but as a common man...No license ever , he does not deserve any... (PS, my brother is a retired State trooper)

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Joann Reiter
6 years ago
He should never be able to get them back these girls has got to have us stand up for their rights since he took there rights and lives.

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Cheri Somraty
7 years ago
This man should have been in jail.

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Tracey Kozuszek
7 years ago
I think he broke the law and committed negligent homicide. I think he should be in jail and instead he got off. The least we can do is not put him behind the wheel again. Driving is a privilege not a right. He doesn't deserve it.

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Kerri Yanousek
7 years ago
Kelli was one of my best friends. I was very close with her and her family and I want to support Kim in every way I can.

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Steve Smith
7 years ago
He is a multiple wreck offender.He can ride with friend to work or take bus

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Connie Schilling
7 years ago
If anyone else (not a state trooper) would have been driving that fast while on a cell phone and on a computer, or doing anything else considered distracted driving) would have been convicted of vehicular manslaughter and be spending the remainder of his life in prison! Mitchell was lucky to get off with what? 30 months probation and took his license away? And why did it take so many years to apologize? He's only doing so now because he wants his license back so badly. Since he got off so easy, part of his punishment should be NEVER getting his license back!