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Good afternoon,A typical condition of DUI probation is that a person abstain from drinking (even in their own home). Such a person would also be subject to random drug tests and visits by their probation officer or someone in probation. Someone calling the police to report him drinking most likely wouldn't do anything (they may tell the person to report it to the probation department) and that of course can get him in trouble with his probation officer and result in a violation.The bigger risk is that he's going drinking in bars and it's no secret that police will hang out outside these establishments and wait for people to leave and then see if they can pull people over for weaving, driving without their headlights on, etc. If they catch him drunk again, he's looking at a potential third DUI and a violation of probation.I would not under any circumstances allow him to drive your vehicle, especially since you are absolutely right, he is putting himself, and others, at great risk.
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