"That behavior won't cut it anymore and neither will spa-style clinics,"said Barry Gerald Sands, a Century City defense attorney who's also a certified drug and alcohol counselor.
"Whatever you have done in the past, do a 360-degree turn and go the other way," Sands said Wednesday. "She has to change her alleged friends, people sharing or selling her drugs. She has to lead a clean and sober life."
We believe the 360-degree turn is exactly what led her to be arrested again for DUI. But a woman who can "turn herself into the Beverly Hills Police Department" might be able to manage turning all the way around and still moving in the other direction.
But seriously, this is the problem with cliches. They're so familiar, we don't even know what the words mean, and we fail to notice when they make absolutely no sense. It's time to nip them in the thorn.