A Texas man was sentenced to life in prison yesterday for his sixth DWI. He'll begin serving the life sentence after he completes the 15 year sentence for violating his parole from his fifth DWI, so he'll e eligible for parole again in 40 years...when he's in his mid 80s. The fact that someone is able to be convicted for that many DWIs is mind-boggling. I should also mention that the sentence was handed down by a jury, not a judge. Focus: How should DWI sentencing work? Three strikes and your out (or in) for good? Two? How many DWIs are too many? What are the penalties where you live? Alt Focus: Have you been convicted for DWI? More than once? Share your experience and what, if anything, you learned from it.