There's national outrage over a teen who was sentenced to probation for killing four people while driving drunk.

Ethan Couch, 16, admitted to drinking the night he caused an accident that killed four people and left two other severely injured. Three hours after the accident, his blood alcohol was at .24, three times the legal limit.

Couch's attorney says he was a product of "affluenza," having lived a life of privilege and never learned his actions have consequences. The judge sentenced the teen to ten years probation and therapy.

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