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Today in New Zealand Chris Pine pleaded guilty to DUI and had his drivers license suspended in that country for six months. Considering he is probably not going to be in New Zealand for the next six months and suffered no other punishment I would say he got off pretty well. his lawyer said Chris was in danger of losing contracts and had suffered negative publicity. People talked about it then and will today but he didn't lose any contracts and I doubt anyone will remember he got a DUI a few months from now. It takes a whole lot more than a DUI to really get people talking negatively. Now, if he got five or six of them in a couple of year period or had injured or killed someone it would obviously be different. I know the penalty was small but at least he pleaded guilty to it and didn't try and say he didn't do it or have a trial just because he could afford it.
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