A local man got the mandatory minimum sentence of two years in prison for his 10th DWI.
On Monday, prosecutor Tom Clayton argued to give Joseph Rodarte, 50, the maximum of three years because he already had been given enough chances.
Rodarte’s convictions have taken place over the last quarter century in the Las Vegas and Albuquerque areas, Clayton said.
The prosecutor said Rodarte had “zero excuses” for his actions.
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