Guilty until proven innocent? Despite the fact that R&B singer Bobby Brown plead not guilty to driving under the influence, the judge added a stipulation to his bail demanding that he curb his drinking, no alcoholic beverages until further notice reports TMZ.
As previously reported, Booby Brown was arrested in Los Angeles on March 26 for driving under the influence. Two days later he was charged with a DUI and for driving with a suspended license after law enforcement reported that he was driving with a blood alcohol level of .12 — the legal limit is .08. Brown was also behind the wheel with an invalid license, which was suspended back in 2010 after a speeding infraction. However, Brown has pled not guilty to both charges.
Both misdemeanor offenses come with a maximum penalty of six months in jail. If convicted, Brown would also have to pay a $1,000 fine per charge.
The “Don’t Be Cruel” crooner was convicted of DUI once before in 1996.
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