Here's how things work on CJ. I stand on a soap box, getting all preachy. I make a point, two points, I get emails from people helping support my arguments. I find what others write, and tell them how stupid they are. Then, within 24 hours, my argument is thrown back into my face. Whether or not Leon Hall's excuse was legitimate, or excusable, the fact it happened like some universal "humility stick" can't be ignored.
While in a Clermont County courtroom Friday morning, Leon Hall's attorney, Ed Perry, "entered a not guilty plea on his client's behalf to charges of operating a vehicle under the influence and driving outside of his lane."
Hall's preliminary hearing is set for April 20.