TERRI MOVES ON

Last May, Terri Clark Found herself faced with a DUI. Yesterday ( 8/9/01 ), she answered the charges in court and pled guilty to a reduced charge of rekless driving.

She is required to pay a $350 fine, take an alcohol education course and recieved six months of probation.

In addition, according to the plea bargain struck with prosecutors, Terri's drivers licese will be suspended for one year for violating the state's implied consent law.

In a statement released through her record label, Terri stated she had some alcohol with dinner but did not feel as if she was impared and only refused to take a Breathalyzer on the advice of a friend, who is an attorney. She added, quote, "I do not, nor have I ever condoned drinking and driving and know that no matter how little alcohol one has, one should never drive after drinking. I apologize and deeply regret this incident."

On a brighter note, Terri's current single, "Getting There," continues moving up the charts.

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