Attorney General Martha Coakley and members of the Legislature are seeking to close a loophole in a drunk driving law that allows drivers who acknowledge that they were drunk when stopped by police but whose cases are dismissed without a finding of guilt to avoid some of the sanctions the law was written to impose.
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