By now, readers of our blog know that we understand that mistakes happen. We know that facing drunk driving charges is something that no driver ever wants to face. Sometimes, the horror of facing those charges becomes a reality. For a 2009 contestant on "Top Chef," facing drunk driving charges could have been a lot worse.
The chef owns a restaurant in Baltimore. He was stopped on June 6 on South Howard Street. As a result of that traffic stop, he was charged with a DUI. He recently learned the outcome of his case after pleading guilty to that charge.