John Stamos Guilty of DUID

John Stamos Guilty of DUID: John Phillip Stamos is a 52 year old American Actor and musician.  Stamos is best known for his role as Jesse Katsopolis on Full House.  He also starred on ER as Dr. Tony Gates.  Stamos also starred on General Hospital.  Beginning in 2015 Stamos has appeared on Grandfathered.  Stamos is also scheduled to appear on Fuller House.  In June of 2015 Stamos was arrested for driving under the influence of drugs.  Apparently Stamos was taking the drug GHB as well as another unspecified non-narcotic.  Apparently Stamos believed that GHB would help him lose weight and get in shape for his television roles.  Ironically, bodybuilders no longer use GHB for these purposes.  According to police, Stamos exhibited bizarre behavior when stopped and was taken to a hospital because of that behavior. #JohnStamosGuiltyOfDUID John Stamos Guilty of DUID:  Stamos was found guilty and required to complete three years of probation as well as enter a three month alcohol abuse program designed for first offenders.  In addition, Stamos must attend 52 Alcoholics Anonymous meetings.  It is unfortunate that the Court felt it necessary to convict Stamos under these circumstances as there did not appear to be any impaired driving.  Obviously the best evidence of impaired driving is actual impaired driving.  Stamos probably felt that the publicity of a trial outweighed the benefits of being found not guilty by a jury of his peers.  The prosecution may also have warned Stamos to either plead guilty or face the possibility of an actual jail sentence to serve.   The Courts often use a one size fits all treatment method.  For...

Jeremih pleads to Reckless Driving

Jeremih pleads to Reckless Driving: On July 17, 2015, his Birthday, Singing Star Jeremih was stopped, investigated and arrested for DWI.  In November of 2015, the Court accepted a plea deal whereby Jeremih was convicted of a wet reckless — a reckless driving conviction, an alcohol class with two years probation.  If you have been charged with DWI or reckless driving in Virginia, call Bob’s office immediately to set up your FREE CASE REVIEW with Bob.  This call is free and completely confidential.  You can schedule this call at the link above or by calling 540.433.6906 or by emailing info@BobKeefer.com. #JeremihPleadsToRecklessDriving Jeremih pleads to Reckless Driving:  Jeremih has always been musically blessed.  While in school at Columbia College Chicago, Jeremih worked with Mick Schultz to record My Ride.  In 2009 Jeremih was signed by Def Jam.  2009 was an eventful year for Jeremih in that his Birthday Sex went to the top Five on the BillBoard Hot 100.  Jeremih has toured with Lil Wayne Young Jeezy and Soulja Boy Tell ‘Em.  Also in 2009, Jeremih appeared on One Life To Live and performed Just Go with Lionel Richie.  #JeremihPleadsToRecklessDriving Jeremih pleads to Reckless Driving:  There may have been a time when being a celebrity got you out of DWI charges.  That day has passed.  The Federal Government has poured millions of dollars into what are essentially bounties for drivers arrested.  Celebrities are now trophies in the race to make high profile DWI arrests.  In Virginia a Judge was not reappointed to the bench apparently because he did not convict a high enough percentage of persons charged with DWI.  Since...

Traffic Violation jails NBAs Beverley

Traffic Violation jails NBAs Beverley: On November 11, 2015, Houston Rocket Star Guard Patrick Beverley missed the morning practice.  That evening, Beverley, who had just recovered from an injury, missed the evening NBA game.  Beverley was in jail for a traffic violation.  More specifically, Beverley was in jail because his credit card had expired leaving $321.00 unpaid to the Houston Toll Road Authority.  Apparently the credit card that funds Beverley’s EZ Pass had expired without his knowledge leaving his access unpaid.  When Beverley did not respond to the mailed notice from the Toll Authority a warrant was issued for his arrest anytime and anywhere found.  #TrafficViolationJailsNBAsBeverley Traffic Violation jails NBAs Beverley:  The arresting officers’ dash cam shows Beverley being stopped in his Rolls Royce.  Beverley is given a warning and then arrested after the officers are  notified of the outstanding arrest warrant.  Beverley lets the Officer know that he has a torn ligament in his wrist and asks not to be cuffed.  Beverley is cuffed anyway.  Beverley requests that his Rolls Royce be towed by a flat bed truck to avoid damaging his vehicle.  Beverley was taken to jail until he paid the $321.00.  The officer indicated that Beverley had been speeding in a school zone but did not charge him with such offense.  #TrafficViolationJailsNBAsBeverley The Officer seems to be somewhat suspicious that the Rolls Royce actually belongs to Beverley.  Beverley tries to reason with the Officer but to no avail.  Officers do what they are told by their superiors even if the instructions do not make sense. If you have been charged with a traffic violation call Bob...

Donovan McNabb convicted of 2nd DWI

Donovan McNabb convicted of 2nd DWI:  Donovan McNabb is a former NFL Quarterback who was convicted in November of 2015 for his second DWI.  McNabb’s first DWI was in 2013.  For his June 28, 2015 DWI offense, McNabb was sentenced to 18 days in jail to serve to be followed with 72 days on home detention, 30 hours of community service, mandatory counseling, probation and a fine of over $6,000.00.  McNabb was granted work release during his mandatory jail so he could continue working.  McNabb was also granted delayed reporting until the end of November. During his National Football League career, McNabb quarterbacked for the Philadelphia Eagles for 10 years from 1999 to 2009.  He took the Eagles to Super Bowl XXXIX.  McNabb ended his career with the highest number of pass completions, passing yards and passing touchdowns.  His career rushing yards are 6th for all NFL Quarterbacks. Donovan McNabb convicted of 2nd DWI:  McNabb has apparently helped his case by proactively completing 16 hours of substance abuse counseling and by his history of community service.  McNabb was arrested in Gilbert, Arizona after rear ending another motorist stopped at a traffic light.  McNabb blew a 0.17 gram/210 liter result on the evidential breath test device.  McNabb admitted being in a bar earlier but denied being intoxicated.  McNabb also explained away the smell of his breath by alleging that he was sucking on cough drops. Donovan McNabb convicted of 2nd DWI:  McNabb did not learn from his first arrest that he has no obligation to speak with law enforcement.  Nothing that a DWI suspect says on scene is going to...