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Caruso interviewed to discuss Justin Bieber DUI arrest in Miami, Florida

NEW YORK, Jan. 24, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Attorney Anthony R. Caruso, Esq. appeared on the Morning Show for PIX Channel 11 TV in New York City to offer his legal insight into the recent Justin Bieber DUI arrest.

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Bieber was arrested in the early morning hours of Thursday, January 23 in Miami, Florida for driving under the influence, resisting arrest and other charges. It is also rumored that he is facing deportation since he is not a U.S. citizen. Mr. Caruso commented that "he made several mistakes in addition to the violations. We advise our clients to never admit to anything at the scene and always cooperate with the police when stopped." Caruso further advised that "jail time is a possibility with these charges. If Justin Bieber is found guilty of aggravated assault or a crime of moral turpitude, then deportation could also be a likely scenario."

Anthony Caruso is uniquely positioned to comment on such a high profile case due to his extensive experience in entertainment controversies. As a prominent sports, media, & entertainment attorney based in the New York City / New Jersey area, he previously gained international attention in his representation of Miss New Jersey 2007 regarding a blackmail situation over Internet photos. Mr. Caruso provided all legal counseling and negotiations, strategy, media supervision, and crisis management in that case.

He was most recently requested for multiple interviews on national broadcast television to offer his legal insight into the recent Major League Baseball arbitration decision involving New York Yankee Slugger Alex Rodriquez, otherwise known as A-Rod. He has appeared on various programs including NBC, FOX, MSNBC and E! News, and is routinely requested by the media for his advice and views on current legal issues.  He currently serves on the adjunct faculty at NYU where he teaches sports and entertainment related courses. 

For more information on upcoming reality shows and other sports and entertainment related news, follow Anthony R. Caruso on his blog, www.sportsentertainmentattorney.com or at his twitter, @njnymedialaw.

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