San Diego Chargers WR Vincent Jackson Pleads Guilty To Second DUI

February 23, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

San Diego Chargers star wide receiver Vincent Jackson was sentenced to four days in a work-release program and five years of probation after pleading guilty to his second DUI charge.
Early reports stated that Jackson was to be sentenced to four days in jail.
He will also have to pay a $2,408 fine, and serve 15 days of community service.
Jackson was arrested in January 2009 for driving under the influence of alcohol. He was administered a blood test and those results showed that his blood-alcohol content was 0.17, double the state limit.
Jackson's attorney Cole Casey sought to have the case dismissed in January 2006 on the grounds the blood evidence had been collected against Jackson's will. He requested a breath test instead.  
He had previously been on five years probation stemming from a 2006 misdemeanor drunken driving guilty plea.
With this second DUI conviction, Jackson will also face discipline from the NFL in the form a one to two game s...

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