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In April of 2010, I was convicted of operating a vehicle while intoxicated for driving with .08 percent alcohol level. I was guilty and received one year of probation with alcohol and drug testing monthly, Southern Hills counseling, five days in jail, almost $5,000 in cost and fines and required to carry high risk insurance for three years. Everything was fine until Dec. 9, when I decided to combine my homeowners insurance with my car. The insurance company canceled my old policy and wrote a new one but made a mistake - like we all do from time to time.
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