People in prominent positions will always get more attention
By The Staff
Wednesday, November 23, 2011 at 7:30 am (Updated: November 23, 8:04 am)
We can understand why Anthony Epps would be upset.
We doubt anyone wants to have their name in the paper for being arrested for DUI. The same would be true for whatever punishment is handed down from the courts if that person is found or pleads guilty.
Last week, we reported on the outcome of Epps' arrest, which included a fine, court costs and participation in an alcohol dependency program. For what it's worth, we considered at least one portion of that outcome as positive news: Epps had completed a DUI education program prior to his sentencing.
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