Tuesday, March 22, 2016

DUI Dishonor Roll

Rocky Hill Road, Hadley 8:50 PM Sunday (Hadley PD Facebook)

Yes everybody deserves a second chance -- especially when it comes to substance abuse.

 Jocelyn Brick, 27, stands before Judge Thomas Estes in Eastern Hampshire District Court

But the sympathy quota goes down dramatically after that second screw up -- especially when it happens at a normal family hour when plenty of innocent drivers are on the road.

 Click to enlarge/read (note Portable Breath Test almost twice legal limit)

Fortunately it will be a l-o-n-g time before Ms. Brick gets behind the wheel of a car again as the automatic license suspension for refusing the Breath Test on a second offense DUI arrest is three years.

She was released on her personal recognizance and returns to District Court April 24 with her private (no doubt expensive) attorney.

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

Uber thanks her in advance for her business.

Anonymous said...

What was the "class 'E' substance" she was charged with possessing?

I think that's kinda relevant as a lot of them exacerbate ETOH rather badly -- essentially giving her the effects of a "straight" BAC considerably higher than what hers allegedly was.

Anonymous said...

The substance was keys to a car.

Anonymous said...

And when she gets raped by someone giving her a ride, I hope you are all happy....

Anonymous said...

Huh? What a stupid comment.

Anonymous said...

When she doesn't kill someone you love while driving under the influence... never mind

Anonymous said...

Death of an uninvolved innocent would be a real tragedy, she is what crime is ,no joke

Anonymous said...

Can women not protect themselves? Give her a gun. That would prevent any impending rape that you're worried about.

Anonymous said...

Actions have consequences, even for women. Equal treatment = equal responsibilities!