Found May 26, 2013 on Brewers Bar:
(Photo: Milwaukee County Sheriff/AP) Yesterday, JSOnline’s Don Walker reported that Yovani Gallardo pled no contest to DUI – or operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated if you want to get technical.  Gallardo’s blood alcohol content was 0.22, easily exceeding the legal limit of 0.08. Whenever a celebrity gets arrested, there is often speculation that they won’t have the same criminal justice experience as regular folks would.  At first blush, it seems that Gallardo’s sentence isn’t anything exceptional: According to online court records, Gallardo was fined $865 and will lose his driver's license for seven months. In addition, Gallardo will have to use an ignition interlock device for a period of one year. Such devices, which require the user to exhale into it like a breathalyzer, is required in Wisconsin for first offense operating while intoxicated offenders with an alcohol concentration of 0.15 or higher. Although it doesn’t appear that Gallardo is getting ...
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