Olympic Swimmer Dan Wallace convicted of DUI

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Top Interstate 81 Reckless Driving Lawyer: Daniel Wallace is a Scottish Swimmer who was on Great Britain’s Olympic Team in the 2016 Summer Olympics.  In the 2014 Commonwealth Games, Wallace won the 400 meter individual medley.  He was on the team that won gold in the 2015 FINA Aquatics Championship’s 4 x 200 meters freestyle relay team.  Wallace got a silver in the 2016 Summer Olympics for that relay race.  Wallace hails from Edinburgh, Scotland and was trained by Laurel Bailey at the Warrender Baths Club.  Wallace got an athletic scholarship to swim for the University of Florida.  Wallace was on the University’s NCAA National Championship 4 x 200 yard freestyle relay in 2013.  Wallace was second in the NCAA 500 yard freestyle in both 2014 and 2015.  Wallace was All-American twelve times.

Top Interstate 81 Reckless Driving Lawyer:  Wallace had been in the news after the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow for yelling, “For Freedom” after winning the relay.  Wallace backed away from supporting the Scottish Independence Referendum by claiming that he was merely stating a line from the movie Braveheart.  Wallace recently entered a guilty plea to DUI.  In addition to any legal penalties, Wallace was suspended from all national swimming programs until September 12, 2017.  Apparently a DUI conviction breaks the athlete code of conduct.  This suspension will keep Wallace from attending July’s World Championship in Budapest.  Wallace released a statement to the press saying,

“It is with much regret that I was found to be driving under the influence of alcohol.  Not only have I let myself, my family and team-mates down, I have put others at risk and I am profoundly sorry for my actions. I recognise that I am in a position of influence and this type of behaviour is not acceptable in any way, shape or form….”

 

Buffalo Bill Jonathan Williams not guilty of DUI

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Beat Interstate 81 reckless driving:  Jonathan Williams is a member of the NFL’s Buffalo BillsWilliams played his college football at ArkansasWilliams was drafted in the fifth round of the 2016 NFL draft.  Williams was a high school football star at Allen High School in Allen, Texas amassing over 3,500 yards and almost 40 touchdowns. In his first season with the Bills, Williams rushed for almost one hundred yards and one touchdown.

Beat Interstate 81 reckless driving: In July of 2016, Williams was arrested and charged with driving while intoxicated or DWI in Fayetteville, Arkansas.  Williams refused to provide an on the side of the road breath test in a preliminary breath tester (PBT) and was arrested.  The other evidence of DUI was a strong smell of an alcoholic beverage and red eyes.  Williams admitted to one beer the night before.  Williams did the right thing in refusing to help the police arrest and convict him for drunk driving.  The roadside agility tests have nothing to do with determining whether one can function normally.  Instead, they are designed to place one in abnormal positions performing abnormal tasks.  Most people look ridiculous trying these balancing tests which is then assumed to prove they cannot function normally.  Any test looking for normal function ought to be comprised of tasks requiring normal function.  Download our FREE App to keep a Virginia DUI Lawyer handy — www.KeeferApp.com.