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    Talking Man Arrives For DUI Court With .20 BAC


    POSTED: 11:06 am CDT August 23, 2006
    UPDATED: 11:10 am CDT August 23, 2006

    JIM THORPE, Pa. -- A Pennsylvania man has been sentenced to one to six months in jail for driving under the influence after reportedly showing up in court drunk.

    Joshua Beury is quoted as telling the judge in the community of Jim Thorpe that he routinely drinks 12 beers a day "and then some."

    The 25-year-old man told the judge he's on medication for mental health problems, including bipolar disorder.

    The Morning Call newspaper of Allentown reported that Beury showed up in court with a .20 blood alcohol content -- well above the legal limit of .08.

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    I cannot count the times that a defendant has arrived at their DUI trial or hearing, with a high BAC. I also have arrested several suspended / revoked drivers when they left the court house, jumped in the car and drove away. This my friends, is job security.
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