Cainan Schierholtz, Charged in Alleged DUI Rampage, 'Feels Terrible'
"Cainan feels terrible about what happened," Schierholtz' lawyer, Derek Ewin, said after today's arraignment in Martinez. "He, like all of us, is very thankful that nobody was injured any worse than they were."
Schierholtz -- the younger brother of San Francisco Giants outfielder Nate Schierholtz -- was convicted of a DUI in 2004, when he was just 17. He was also involved in an accident last year.
The younger Schierholtz remains incarcerated and will next appear in
court to enter a plea on Aug. 19. His
bail was lowered today from $350,000 to $200,000. He is charged with one count of felony drunken driving causing
injury, three counts of felony hit-and-run causing injury and one count
of misdemeanor hit-and-run.