In early September, 2015 we read, Former CNN Anchor Felicia Taylor Arrested For DWI. If you have been charged with DWI in Harrisonburg, Rockingham County, Staunton, Waynesboro, Augusta County, Luray, Page County, Woodstock or Shenandoah County, Virginia call 540.433.6906 immediately. You want to schedule your FREE CASE REVIEW by telephone with Bob. You can also see Bob’s CLIENT REVIEWS HERE.
According to the police reports, Felicia Taylor, a former CNN anchor, was charged with DWI after she struck another vehicle on a public roadway in the Hamptons. Taylor had been turning into Sag Harbor. The police also alleged that her breath alcohol content was over 0..24 grams per 210 Liters of Breath. The report also indicates that Taylor was so intoxicated that she was taken to Southhampton Hospital due to fears of alcohol poisoning. Based on the high breath test result Taylor was charged with Aggravated DWI.
Former CNN Anchor Felicia Taylor Arrested for DWI: Taylor formerly hosted CNN International’s ‘World Business Today’. Taylor also cohosted Retirement Living TV’s Daily Cafe until 2009. Taylor had previously worked for WNBC-TV beginning in 1998 and ending in 2006. Taylor is the daughter of the late actor Rod Taylor who was born in Australia. Taylor’s stepsister is Victoria de Rothschild, second and former wife of Sir Evelyn de Rothschild.
Edward Burke, Jr., counsel for Ms. Taylor in this matter is quoted as saying: ‘My client could not have fully cooperated with the authorities in the respectable manner that she did if she were under such influence,’ Mr. Burke continued ‘The breathalyzer was administered three times… proof of an inaccurate reading.’
Hopefully Taylor did not fall for the law enforcement ruse that she could help herself by attempting the roadside gymnastics. Taylor at 51 years of age had not chance to pass those so called tests on her best day. The roadside gymnastics are designed to develop evidence of a blood alcohol content in excess of the legal limit. One should always decline to perform these field tests