Kennedy, 50, was arraigned in town court after she was arrested on May 15 for allegedly driving drunk at the intersection of Route 22 and Greenwich Road. Her next court appearance is scheduled for July 15.
"We hope there will be a resolution to the case at the next court date," said Kerry Lawrence, Kennedy's attorney.
Kennedy declined to speak with reporters after the arraignment.
In other words, the Kennedy's need time to get the fix in. I guess it's also standard practice to plead not guilty, and it's her right, but the Kennedy's have a long history of miraculously getting out of such jams through means that would probably make Al Capone blush.
From the Chappaqua-MtKiscopatch
Kennedy was arrested a short distance from her home in Bedford at about 9 p.m.after Bedford police Officer Andrew Klein saw her Volvo drive onto the curb of the St. Patrick's School driveway. She had no passengers in the car at the time of the incident.
Kennedy allegedly told Klein, who was directing traffic for the school's carnival, that she was there to pick up people. It's still not clear who she was planning to pick up.
Klein asked Kennedy to take a field sobriety test after he noticed that her speech was slurred and he smelled alcohol in the car.
Kennedy failed the field sobriety test and was given a breathalyzer test, which showed that she had a blood alcohol content of .11. She was taken into police custody, processed and released on her recognizance. Her car was towed away from the scene.
How much do you want to bet she gets off with a seat belt violation? We have seen these scenarios before with a plethora of Kennedy's: Michael Skakel, Patrick Kennedy, William Kennedy Smith, and Der Swimmer himself.
The stink of privilege from progeny of bootleggers and mountebanks needs to come to an end. Anyone taking bets on this one? At east she had safety in mind: She was driving a Volvo.
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