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A man in his 30s who gave his brother's name and resident registration number was sentenced to prison when he was caught driving under the influence of alcohol without a license.

The 8th Criminal Division of the Daejeon District Court (Chief Judge Cha Joo-hee) announced today (23rd) that 37-year-old A, who was indicted without detention on charges of violating the Road Traffic Act (drunk driving and unlicensed driving) and the Resident Registration Act, was sentenced to one year in prison and detained in court. I did. 

After drinking alcohol around 11 p.m. on January 12, Mr. A was driving an acquaintance's car without a license and was caught by the police while driving along a road in Seo-gu, Daejeon. 

At the time, Mr. A's blood alcohol level was 0.125%, which was at the level of license revocation (0.08% or more). 

When the police officer asked for personal information, Mr. A called his older brother's name and resident registration number, and it turned out that he signed the report with his older brother's name on the police's PDA (PDA) drunk driving crackdown result. 

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After the crime, A belatedly surrendered to the police.

He was also found guilty of drinking and driving without a license in 2011. 

The court explained the reason for the sentencing, saying, "The quality of the crime is poor, such as using my brother's resident registration number illegally."