ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - A report released by the state Department of Health pinpoints the characteristics of the person most likely to be convicted of DWI in New Mexico.
According to the report a single, Hispanic male under 35-yearsld without a college education is the most common DWI convict in the state.
The DOH looked at 10 years worth of convictions and screening data 2000 to 2010.
The study also found 25 percent of convicted drunk drivers over the course of the decade were unemployed.
As for re-arrests, the report shows nearly 30 percent of those popped for DWI a second time were between 15-years-old and 24-years-old.
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