and charged with drunken driving-related offenses after an intoximeter test showed his blood alcohol level to be more than twice the legal limit, according to court records.
But Moxley didn't resign and was not forced out of office. He ultimately decided not to run for re-election in 2010.
Cavey said that set the bar for how all County Councilmembers should be treated.
"I think everybody was lenient with [Moxley] the second time around," Cavey said. "this is Todd's first time around. I think all councilmembers should be treated equally regardless of party. Let's see if they are.
"Deep down in my soul, I believe they should be treated equally," said Cavey, whose job once was to be "the most partisan Republican in Baltimore County."
Now, three years removed from that post, Cavey said he's not "calling for [Huff's] head."
"If they cut Moxley a break, they should give Todd a break," Cavey said.