In the occidental state of Gujarat, India country, since 1947 a banning is in force. Any person who consumes any alcoholic drinks without legal permit, it is fined and imprison for at least one week. But violators of this law are many. The number of violators is so big that courts of law do not have the time to judge them, and most of law breakers wander freely to break the law many times more. Penalty system is not effective and when a defendant is brought to court of law for justice, many years have pass. Law seams to have reached total ineffectiveness. To make the law most effective, Gujarat government has implanted a new punishment system for violators of the banned law. The defendant will be sent to do public utility works, example: road repairing, clean up of public places and buildings. Working for elder at nurseries. To pave new roads and set tiles for new ways, on foot. Cleaning up public bath-rooms. Planting trees. To farm a market garden. After completing previous public services, the man in charge writes an inform to the police and if work is found un-satisfactory, the defendant will go back to the court of law and may be he has to go back to do public service work.