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Bobby Brown Pleads Not Guilty to Third DUI Driving Under the Influence

Bobby Brown Pleads Not Guilty to Third DUI Driving Under the Influence

Bobby Brown pleaded not guilty to his third DUI arrest. The most recent two drunk driving arrests occurred within the last 7 months. The New Edition singer and former husband of late icon Whitney Houston entered the not guilty plea on Friday through his lawyer, opting to skip a personal court appearance. The judge accepted the plea and ordered Brown to attend three Alcoholics Anonymous meetings each week until the next court hearing. Brown was pulled over around 1 a.m. on October 24, 2012, for erratic driving in Tarzana, California. After detecting the odor of alcohol, the police asked that he exit his vehicle and take field sobriety tests, which he failed. Brown had previously been arrested in Los Angeles in March for talking on his cell phone while driving and...

Doctor Charged With Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol and Drugs

Doctor Charged With Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol and Drugs

A prominent Boston area emergency room doctor is facing driving under the influence and reckless driving charges after she sped through a Whole Foods parking lot and smashed into another car, sending the occupant of that car to the very ER in which she works. Police say the doctor was behind the wheel Friday morning when they found prescription drugs in her possession that she prescribed for herself – even though Massachusetts law forbids doctors from self-prescribing medication.The 78-year-old man who was hit was taken to the hospital and suffers from two cracked ribs and a hematoma on his leg. On Friday morning at around 8:45 a.m., the doctor was driving her Subaru Outback through a Whole Foods parking lot when she struck a Whole Foods delivery truck. She...

It’s Halloween. Drive Safely.

It’s always a smart to be a safe driver. But it’s especially important to drive safely on Halloween, when little ghost and goblins are more focused on trick or treating than the dangers around them. Please, no speeding or driving recklessly. Geico has some great thoughts on how to keep yourself and pedestrians safe: Drive slowly. Halloween is a time of excitement and anticipation for children. Remember that adults may be so focused on keeping an eye on their children, they may forget to watch the road for oncoming vehicles. Be patient and take your time. Expect to stop frequently as youngsters run from house to house or as families prepare to cross the street. Allow plenty of time so you can take as many precautions as possible, especially in high-traffic...

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