In the true world of justice, that thought process is wrong because it is premised on the notion that the defendant had a predisposition to commit the San Diego DUIs based upon his four prior convictions. It is kind of like, if there is smoke, than there must be fire. Sadly, cases like this present the greatest opportunity for injustice because of that predisposition. As you read this, do you find yourself also subconsciously having that predisposition? I know I have to fight myself from having those presumptions. This thought goes against the mindset that our framers intended. Read on.