Levow DWI Law is back for our monthly Celebrity DUI Round Up!
In this edition we have highlighted two DUI / DWI arrests involving noteworthy celebrities in the month of June.
If you missed last month’s Celebrity DUI Round Up, you can catch it by clicking here.
The team of experienced DWI defense attorneys of Levow DWI Law have successfully represented many celebrities in the past who have been arrested for DUI / DWI.
Due to our years of experience and our extensive knowledge of DWI law, we know how to defend a DWI case to produce the best results under the circumstances. People mistakenly think these cases can’t be won. With the right representation and the right defense, they can.
Famed American actor and musician, John Stamos, was arrested on DUI charges in Beverly Hills, CA on June 12th after police pulled him over for erratic driving.
According to reports, Stamos was driving a silver Mercedes in Beverly Hills when police pulled him over around 8:00pm.
Beverly Hills police officers believed that Stamos needed immediate medical attention and subsequently sent him to a nearby hospital for treatment.
He was cited for misdemeanor DUI while being treated in the hospital.
The 51-year-old actor has since entered a rehabilitation program for treatment of substance abuse.
Stamos is best known for his starring role on the hit ABC television show Full House and more recently, for his starring role on the NBC drama ER.
Former NFL Quarterback Donovan McNabb was recently arrested on DUI charges in Arizona.
According to reports, McNabb was driving in Gilbert, AZ around 11:30pm on the night of June 28th, when he rear-ended a vehicle that was stopped at a red light.
When police arrived at the scene of the accident, they determined that McNabb was driving under the influence.
The former Philadelphia Eagles QB was then arrested on charges of DUI and taken to a nearby police station where he was eventually released.
This was not McNabb’s first DUI arrest. He was previously arrested for DUI in Arizona on December 15th, 2013 after being pulled over for speeding. McNabb was later convicted of the DUI charge and served one day in jail.
If convicted of this DUI, McNabb could face up to 10 days in jail and may be required to install an ignition interlock device (IID) in his vehicle, according to a local DUI defense attorney.
That concludes this month’s Celebrity DUI Round Up.
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