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Donovan Mcnabb Arrested For DUI Again In Arizona

Donovan McNabb was arrested for his second drunk-driving arrest late last month in Gilbert, Arizona.

The former NFL quarterback was involved in a non-injury collision at about 11:35 pm on 28 June when he rear-ended another vehicle at an intersection. This was his second DUI arrest in the last 18 months.

Officers with the Gilbert police led the investigation and they had cause to believe that McNabb was impaired at the time of the incident. According to a police spokesman, he was arrested on suspicion of DUI and was cited and released at a Gilbert police facility.

According to River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community citation, McNabb was caught speeding on 15 December, 2013, and served a day in jail in April 2014. McNabb was travelling at 81 mph in a 65-mph zone according to the arresting officer and he cited him for DUI “actual-physical control.”

McNabb was stopped just after 3 am and was cited for DUI. No information about his blood alcohol level was given on the citation. He pleaded guilty on 27 March 2014 and as a result, 9 days of his sentence were suspended. McNabb was ordered to pay almost $1,500 as fine by court and was also ordered to enter an outpatient treatment program in Scottsdale from last spring and summer.

McNabb, who has a house in Arizona, played for the Washington Redskins in 2010 and Minnesota Vikings in 2011 before retiring. He played 13 years in the NFL after being drafted with the second overall pick in 1999. From 2001 to 2004, he led the Philadelphia Eagles to four consecutive NFC Championship Games and a Super Bowl berth which ended after the 2004 season.

News Source: www.USAToday.com

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Attorney Brian Douglas Sloan

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Mr. Sloan has spent the last 14+ years focusing his attention on DUI representation. He has done more than 100 felony trials and has earned numerous favorable results for his clients, including Not Guilty verdicts, dismissal of cases, and beneficial plea agreements.