drivers would be dealt with more harshly under a proposal in the
bill introduced by state Sen. Samuel “Buzz” Thomas III, D-Detroit,
would charge someone with aggressive driving if they broke at least
two traffic laws.
conviction of aggressive driving would carry a sentence up to 180
days in jail or a fine up to $2,500, or both.
SB332, the offenses that would have to be violated to convict someone
of aggressive driving include running a red light, following too
closely, failing to yield right-of-way and illegal passing.
bill is in the Senate Committee on Judiciary.