Stop Convicted Homicide DUI offender from getting permission to drive

Stop Convicted Homicide DUI offender from getting permission to drive

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Vickie Hess started this petition to Nashville District Attorney

CJ Dollarhide Jr was 3 times over the legal limit when he crossed double yellow lines at 100mph hitting my niece Stacy Thornton and killing her she was only 29. Her kids were in the car and her 10 month old baby Maddie was left quadriplegic and had to have a tracheostomy. He only served half of his 3 year jail sentence. He is not allowed to drive during his 8-9 year probation but he feels he has the right after only 4 years (6/6/15) to get a restricted license. He wants this as a convenience. In todays world there are many ways to get around you have uber, lyft, taxi, and busses. Being able to drive is a privilege not a right, and he should not have this privilege back so soon. He has shown no remorse for his actions. He wants to drive....Maddie wants to walk...she never will. Maddie is now 5 years old and would love the convenience of not having a trach in her throat so she could go swimming. She can not even attend school because of her situation a simple cold is life or death to her. She wants to know why she can't be like the other kids.  Is 8 or 9 years to much to ask? He will still be a young man when he gets all his privileges back and will have the rest of his life to live. Stacy only got to live 29 years because of his choice to drink and drive. Dollarhide Jr was 20 years old at the time of the wreck yes he was young and dumb but if we don't start making people pay for their mistakes no one will ever learn. He already had his jail time cut in half please help us to keep him off the road for our safety and yours please sign this petition so we can present it to Judge Blackburn and plea that she denies his request for a restricted license. 

Thank you so much

Vickie Hess

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