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What does 10-55 stand for?

10-55 stands for Drunk Driver (Police Code)

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According to the latest amendment to the Dubai Traffic Law, which was implemented in March 2008, a drunk driver faces punishment, ranging from one month to three years imprisonment, a fine of between Dh20,000-Dh30,000, as well as confiscation of his/her driving licence for a period not less than a year, Bu Farousha said.
Byline: GIDEON RUBIN Staff Writer LANCASTER -- Four California Highway Patrol officers based in the Antelope Valley were honored Thursday for their efforts in getting drunk drivers off the road.
Under the NPA proposal, a drunk driver would be imprisoned for up to five years or fined up to 1 million yen, compared with the present punishment of up to three years' imprisonment or a fine of up to 500,000 yen.
Featured in the ads is a picture of a drunk driver being arrested contrasted with the cost of a drink.
Byline: Patricia Farrell Aidem Staff Writer SANTA CLARITA - Fifteen suspected drunk drivers were arrested over the holiday weekend in the Santa Clarita Valley, and officers promised a repeat crackdown as the three-day New Year's weekend approaches.