electric blue doc martens Scioto County Judge Pleads Guilty to Drunk Driving
On Saturday, the Ohio Highway Patrol arrested and cited William T. Marshall, 56, of Wheelersburg,
for operating a vehicle under the influence after crashing his car.
A patrol spokesperson said Marshall was driving on State Route 140 in Jackson County, Ohio when his car went off the road, hit an embankment and overturned.
Marshall’s hearing in Jackson Municipal Court on Thursday was continued after Judge Mark Musick rescued himself. Judge Jerry Dumm of Circleville was then appointed to hear the case, according to court records. No hearing date was set Thursday.
Judge Marshall told the Portsmouth paper that he was humiliated and that the incident was stupidity on his part.
Ohio (WSAZ) A judge from Scioto County, Ohio has found himself on the other side of the law.
The Ohio Highway Patrol says William T. Marshall, 56, of Wheelersburg,
was arrested and cited for operating a vehicle under the influence after crashing his car on Saturday.
Marshall is a Scioto County Circuit Court Judge.
Marshall was not hurt in the single vehicle crash. Lt. Ralston says after arriving on the scene, troopers gave Marshall a field sobriety test and he was arrested for misdemeanor OVI.
At that point, Marshall was taken to the Jackson Post were he was given a breath test that found his blood alcohol level was 0.22, according to Ralston.