Steve Price drink driving case adjourned



May 8, 2007 | The Age

The drink-driving case against Sydney radio personality Steve Price has been adjourned until later this month.

Price, 52, who hosts the drive-time spot on radio station 2UE, was charged with mid-range drink driving on April 14.

Police caught him riding a Vespa scooter at Neutral Bay, in Sydney's north, with his wife Wendy as a passenger.

Interviewed on the Nine Network and Southern Cross Broadcasting after the incident, Price said he had two beers and two glasses of red wine and returned a blood-alcohol reading of .08.

The matter was briefly mentioned in North Sydney Local Court on Tuesday but Price did not appear.

His lawyer Patrick Conaghan sought a two-week adjournment, telling magistrate Jane Culver he needed to obtain further material.

Ms Culver adjourned the case to May 22, saying that Price would be required to enter a plea on that day.

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