A DUI is a serious crime in Massachusetts, but when you bring kids into the equation, it gets much worse. Why? It should be obvious: Children are considered innocent bystanders in the eyes of the law. They cannot consent to a ride with a drunk adult, and they are often forced to accompany drunk drivers against their will. It goes without saying that this puts the children in considerable danger, and this is certainly not something that the law looks kindly upon. But what exactly are the penalties for this in Massachusetts?