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Borel to attend alcohol abuse program

Three-time Kentucky Derby-winning jockey Calvin Borel had his sentence for a drunken-driving offense during the Ellis Park meet suspended this week, pending his successful completion of a diversionary program for alcohol abuse.


Borel was arrested for an unsafe lane change near his Evansville, Ind., hotel on the night of Aug. 20 and charged with the misdemeanor offense of driving while intoxicated. He was ordered Tuesday by the Vanderburgh Superior Court in Evansville to enroll in the diversionary program that may allow the charge to be dismissed upon completion.
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Icyhotboo for Pesident 2012: Nuke Em, Nuke Em some more. Well things can't last forever!
Throw in a few anger management course with the alcohol abuse program and they might be on to something?
Don't sweat the small stuff,Cal. Had it been a flatfoot making an illegal lane change NOT A DAMN THING would have happened. Because Cops are out to SERVRE AND PROTECT THEMSELVES. nothing has really changed, about Law Enforcement. Yet THEY scream that the job is to Big for them and want to often enlist civilian support via Neighborhood Watch groups, which conduct themselves more often than not like little vigilanties. The present Court System and Law Enforcement in this Country is a broken down machine . Which is why often Good Officers resign and persue other employment, after seeing first hand that there is more Corruption on the inside than on the outside,of law Enforcement and the Court System.
Been there done that.

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