California DUI attorney news
May 13, 2008
Los Angeles, CA
Stone Temple Pilots vocalist Scott Weiland officially started his California DUI jail sentence on Monday.
Weiland, 40, was expected to serve eight days for his second California DUI - drunk driving conviction. He was arrested on November 11 for California DUI - driving under the influence (DUI) and was sentenced on April 28.
Aside from California DUI imprisonment for eight days, he was also fined $2,000 and ordered to complete an alcohol education program. He began serving his California DUI time in the Los Angeles suburb of Van Nuys.
The rocker recently reunited with STP after an acrimonious split with Velvet Revolver, California DUI lawyers hear.
Rocker SCOTT WEILAND reportedly walked free from jail on Monday - just hours after checking himself in to serve his eight-day sentence for driving under the influence (DUI).
It's claimed the singer began his stint behind bars at a California prison at 8.55am (EST) after pleading guilty to drink driving charges.
However, Weiland was released from the Van Nuys Municipal Court Lockup at 6.54pm (EST), just 10 hours after entering the correctional facility. Weiland was given until 28 May (08) to complete 192 hours behind bars, but the rocker chose to start his jail time early so he could tour with the newly-reformed Stone Temple Pilots from 17 May (08).
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