Former Chicago Bull Jalen Rose Begins 20-day DUI Jail Sentence

ESPN analyst and former Chicago Bulls player, Jalen Rose, was arrested last March for DUI after his vehicle veered off of a snowy road. There were no injuries in the accident. The 38-year-old blew a .12 after the arrest.

Rose was convicted on the charge last week in Bloomfield Hills and, despite this being his first DUI, Rose was sentenced to serve 20 days in the Oakland County Jail. He began serving that sentence on August 2nd. Rose graduated from the University of Michigan and has played for the Denver Nuggets, Indiana Pacers, Chicago Bulls, Toronto Raptors, New York Knicks, and Phoenix Suns.

Former U-M standout Jalen Rose starts 20-day jail sentence,, August 2, 2011
Rose starts serving prison sentence,, August 2, 2011

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