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“I did this,” he said. “The Diamondbacks didn’t do anything. I think it’s important to own this. I own this.”
...Grace pleaded not guilty in October following his August arrest in Scottsdale on suspicion of driving under the influence. It was his second DUI arrest in 15 months.
Grace, a former Diamondbacks and Chicago Cubs first baseman, faces a March19 trial on four felony counts of aggravated DUI following an August arrest in Scottsdale.
He should move to a dry state (Utah, Yemen, St. Lawrence Island ?) for a while.
My cousin who is a cop feels different but I can't see any hypocrisy in someone pleading not guilty while trying personally to take responsibility for his actions.
Also, he disconnected the breath-interlock when he was sober, presumably.
Yeah, I'm curious about that. What kind of skewed moral compass removes the device? I assume that when the court ordered it, there's some sort of verification submitted to the court that it has been installed?
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