Monday, April 28, 2008
Rocker Scott Weiland Gets Jail Sentence for California DUI
Singer arrested last November for drunk driving in Los Angeles.
Scott Weiland entered a plea of no contest to California DUI and received a sentence of 192 hours in county jail for his arrest for California DUI driving under the influence in Los Angeles, California DUI attorneys hear.
The singer must complete the California DUI sentence before May 28. He was also ordered to enroll in an 18-month California DUI alcohol awareness program and pay a $2000 fine. Weiland will be on California DUIprobation for four years.
Weiland’s November 21 arrest for California DUIdriving under the influence of alcohol in California was his second California DUI offense. He was involved in a non-injury, single car accident and reportedly had a blood alcohol content just above the legal limit of .08% for intoxication, California DUI lawyer are told.
Weiland was singer for the rock group ‘Velvet Revolver’ until he was released from the band April 1. He rejoined his former band-mates ‘Stone Temple Pilots’ and is scheduled to participate in their upcoming US tour. California DUI lawyer like this rock n roll.