Since 2002, there are nine law enforcement officers have been killed by drunken drivers. The widows of the dead officers enforce the law to enhance penalties for drunken drivers, for example extend the years of penalties in jail. If the drunken drivers killed first responders, they may serve in prison for the rest of their lives. Governor Perry signed the Medlin-Freeto Act to make people take this issue seriously and avoid drinking and driving. The drunken drivers not only kill people, but destroy the whole families. It is necessary to let violators take more responsibility for their misbehavior.