The Prince of DUIs

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It's been a long road since Jess Brown earned his first DUI conviction in 1977. Little did he know that simply driving home from the bar would earn him the dubious distinction of a state record. Today, Brown was convicted of another two DUI charges in Summit County. He now has 20 DUI convictions to his name — the most in Ohio ever. His reward: 16 � years in prison. -- Denise Grollmus

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