Scott Weiland is the man with 1,000 legal lives. Or at least a handful of lenient judges. The Velvet Revolver frontman was sentenced yesterday to three yearsí probation for his birthday DUI and parked-car collision mayhem. Part of his sentence also states that he must attend Narcotics Anonymous meetings three times a week and also be subject to random drug testing. Alcohol and drugs are, of course, off limits during the three years and he has also been ordered to cover the costs of the owner of the van he crashed his car into on his birthday rampage. Where this leaves Velvet Revolver as far as touring is up in the air, but as long as he can attend NA meetings in other towns, one would expect the rockers could hit the road, as long as heís surrounded by enough people to help him get through the rigors of the road without his old crutches. We wish him the best of luck in staying clean.