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Nebraska high court OKs man’s 2 DUI convictions

The Nebraska Supreme Court on Friday upheld the convictions and prison sentence of a Grand Island man prosecuted for two separate drunken driving incidents weeks apart in 2012.


Daniel Matit, also known as Yai Bol, was convicted of a fourth offense of driving under the influence for a March 5, 2012, incident in Lincoln. Matit, 25, was later convicted of refusing to submit to a chemical test and driving while his license was revoked for a May 7, 2012, incident, also in Lincoln. He was sentenced to two to three years in prison, and his driver’s license was revoked for 15 years.

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