On another note, I was disappointed to see that Austin Kearn's attorney was fighting his DUI case in Kentucky on a technicality. the officer that stopped Austin may have been out of his jurisdiction but that doesn't change the fact that Kearns was weaving and under the influence.
Apparently the arresting officer was within his jurisdiction.
Here is hoping that the case does not get dismissed. Look for the charge to get reduced to Physical Control.
Too bad the story made the paper, I guess.
I will have little respect or use for Austin Kearns if he doesn't take responsibility for his actions.
Man up, Austin!