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After Paul Pelosi Pleads Guilty, More Details Slip Out

After Paul Pelosi Pleads Guilty, More Details Slip Out
After Paul Pelosi Pleads Guilty, More Details Slip Out
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After Paul Pelosi Pleads Guilty More Details Slip Out

As was to be expected, the actions of Paul Pelosi, Nancy Pelosi’s husband, will result in relatively minor repercussions. In regard to the charge of DUI, he entered a guilty plea. However, will he suffer the same kind of consequences that you and I would?

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However, it seems as though he was given preferential treatment from the moment he was taken into custody onward. Paul Pelosi admitted to the police that he was a “high-profile person” at the time of his arrest for driving under the influence of alcohol. Oh, so I take it that means famous people who get behind the wheel after drinking can’t cause any harm to anyone else? It’s not subject to the laws of physics, is it?

If you have a high profile, it doesn’t matter if you get drunk and try to drive. No one will take you seriously. Even if you collide with another vehicle, it will not make a difference. Someone with a “high profile” has the ability to get away with anything. It would appear that this is correct. Pelosi received a verbal reprimand for her actions. He will not be facing any significant time behind bars at all. In addition, he will not have his license revoked, which is something that almost everyone has to deal with after being convicted of DUI.

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He is able to participate in a driver’s education course as well as nine hours of a labor program. But I have a feeling that if he really wants to, he’ll figure out a way to put all of that off for a while. Pelosi was accorded preferential treatment by law enforcement from the very beginning of this ordeal. He gave him his donor card, which demonstrated that he contributes a significant amount of money in their direction.

They did not release any mugshots of him until a very later time. And as a result, Pelosi will not face a sanction that even comes close to being considered significant. Is that fair for everyone involved? Is this fair treatment in accordance with the law? Shouldn’t Paul be held accountable for his actions, regardless of the amount of money he has or who his wife is? It would appear that the courts do not agree with you.

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