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While I hope that David Cassidy never drinks and drives again, I think he will. Yesterday he was in New York and was sentenced to 50 hours of community service for his latest DUI charge. When asked by reporters about it he said he wasn't happy about the result but at least he wasn't going to jail. The guy needs jail. When you can walk away from what seems like your millionth DUI charge and get just 50 hours of community service, I don't know how you can feel like you didn't like the result. Maybe jail would have sobered him up. In one of his DUI sentences he was ordered to go to rehab so maybe that helped, but if you told me that after court yesterday he went to a bar and threw back a few drinks I would believe you. he reminds me of Gary Collins, who kept repeatedly getting busted for DUI and eventually David Cassidy will get busted again. Hopefully it won't be because he just killed someone.
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