It seems that our prosecutorial colleagues are (allegedly of course) drowning their sorrows in the bottle and then hitting the road:
- Former judge charged with DWI: Ex-prosecutor also accused of speeding, refusing chemical tests: It's a two for one--an ex-judge and prosecutor rolled into one! And it's his second arrest for DWI in two years. The good news is that he apparently learned something from his tenure as a prosecutor and, quite wisely, refused all sobriety and chemical tests.
- Dade prosecutor is accused of driving drunk: And, once again, the wily guy refused all field sobriety and chemical tests.
Will they ever learn? I'm forever hopeful that one day our colleagues who represent the "People" will learn to behave themselves as those of us in the private bar do. Or, better yet, perhaps they'll model their behavior after that of our honorable judiciary.