Tuesday, January 12, 2010

Police Arrests Former News Anchor on DUI Suspicion

The law covers every individual. It does not exclude rich, influential, and famous people. The accuracy of these statements is clearly evident in the case of a former television and radio news anchor who was arrested on the suspicion of drunken driving.

According to authorities, Allison Ross, 53, was brought into police custody and was booked into Las Colinas prison where she was being held on a $2,500 bail.

She will face misdemeanor driving under the influence charges and was already scheduled for arraignment.

Even rich and famous people may be punished if their actions violated the law, especially if an accident happened due to it. Instead of ignoring the law, they should use the influence and power they have by being good examples to other drivers.