California DUI attorneys say Taylor Dayne will face the music later this month for her California DUI bust. And she should dance to a winning drum.
At a California DUI hearing today, a Beverly Hills judge set a June 12 California DUI trial date for the Can't Fight Fate warbler, according to California DUI lawyers.
The 46-year-old singer, whose real name Leslie Wunderman, is facing one count of California DUI - driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs after she was pulled over in the 90210 for alleged erratic driving and allegedly flubbed a California DUI sobriety test.
Dayne, best known for the 1980s and early '90s hits "Tell It To My Heart," "Prove Your Love" and "Love Will Lead You Back," pleaded not guilty to the California DUI charge on May 1.
Her prominent California DUI criminal defense lawyer, Scott Spindel, has vowed to fight the California DUI charge, insisting her blood-alcohol was below the legal limit, according to California DUI attorneys.