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DUI bill moves forward in wake of fatal Kakaako crash

  • (Video by Mark Ladao and Craig T. Kojima)

    The wife of William Travis Lau, a 39-year-old Honolulu doctor who was killed in the Kakaako crash last month, testified in favor of the bill that would allow judges to prohibit drunk drivers from purchasing or publicly consuming alcohol for three years after their conviction.

  • CRAIG T. KOJIMA / CKOJIMA@STARADVERTISER.COM

    Melissa Lau testified Thursday on a DUI bill before the House Judiciary Committee at the state Capitol.

  • COURTESY VAL NOLASCO

    Anesthesiologist William Travis Lau, 39, of Honolulu died after being hit by an alleged drunken driver.

  • CRAIG T. KOJIMA / CKOJIMA@STARADVERTISER.COM

    Melissa Lau testified Thursday on a DUI bill before the House Judiciary Committee at the state Capitol. She was with her attorney Rick Fried, left, and father-in-law, Dr. William Lau.

State lawmakers advanced a measure today that would allow judges to prohibit drunken drivers from purchasing or publicly consuming alcohol for three years after their conviction. Read more

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