Tina’s Law Upheld 

Maine’s highest court has upheld the mandatory minimum sentences required under the state’s so-called “Tina’s Law,” which cracks down on dangerous drivers.In a unanimous ruling, the state supreme court ruled the law is constitutional.The ruling vacates a sentence on a man who had three drunk driving convictions in ten years and continued to drive after losing his license.A superior court judge sentenced Gerald Gilman to 90 days in jail, but Tina’s Law called for a minimum of two years.The supreme court sided with prosecutors saying the more lenient sentence was illegal.