Did you sell weed? So you deserve to be a cripple for the rest of your life! Don't you pay for children? So you deserve to ride a "sock" for the rest of your life!
Don't you pay alimony? You will lose your driver's license! Or a diploma in English! Or a report from the ninth grade! Or…
The last idea of the Minister of Justice is meaningless. My father also owed (perhaps owed) to me forever, but took his driver's license?
What is the connection between "driving licenses" and the payment of maintenance for one's own children? Absolutely none, it is the same as looking for a connection between the level of knowledge of the English language and nutrition. Imagine this:
Don't you pay alimony? We'll take your English diploma!
And although it may not seem so at first glance, there is another similar case: a fifteen-year-old boy was beaten in such a way that he lost a kidney.
Is this crap? It's coming. Is it disgusting? Yippee. Is it necessary to punish the culprits? Of course! Does the fact that the boy was selling weed change anything to the situation? In any case!
After it turned out that the boy was probably selling marijuana, many people were offended: "After all, he deserved it, he shouldn't have sold the crap! "
I'm sorry, though the fact that I sell something to someone with their voluntary consent does not entitle anyone to admit me. That in this "trade" there is a higher probability of "getting over it"? Clearly. But when that happens, it's still the same injury.
The point is, someone attacked someone. The culprit is clearly identified - he is an attacker. If the boy sold sandwiches in Fast-food instead of grass or maybe worked as a consultant in OVB, it would still not change the situation. To say the opposite is perverse and disgusting.
What both cases have in common is "Double meter": did you sell weed? So you deserve to be a cripple for the rest of your life! You don't pay for children? So you deserve to ride a "sock" for the rest of your life!
If we want to build valid law on these principles, then it means that we want to build our legislation on subjective prejudices and "double meter" measurement. It is nothing more than going back to the "dark" times of the past, to the times burning witches or imprisoning opponents.
However, it is definitely not about Justice, which should be our main concern.