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Seattle Seahawks star running back Marshawn Lynch will plead guilty to reckless driving in a Cailfornia court on Friday in order to resolve a 2012 DUI arrest, ESPN.com’s Terry Blount reported Thursday. According to Lynch’s attorney Ivan Golde, the plea bargain was at least partially engineered to avoid a potentially damaging public trial. “He’s a [...]
Marshawn Lynch's attorney, Ivan W. Golde, confirmed to the Times today earlier reports that the Seahawks running back has accepted a plea deal of reckless driving, instead of going to trail on a DUI charge, which dates to an arrest in Oakland in 2012. Golde said he thought there was a "90 percent'' chance that Lynch would not have been found guilty of DUI. But he said a trial "would not have been good for Marshawn, not have been good for Seattle'' and that Lynch will instead plead guilty to the reckless driving charge Friday in Alameda County Court. Golde also said he is confident that Lynch...
Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch will plead guilty Friday to a lesser charge of “wet reckless” driving, according to his lawyer, Ivan Golde, which will close his ongoing DUI case stemming from a summer 2012 arrest. Lynch will have to pay a $1,080 fine and attend six classes on driving safety and alcohol consumption in California. Lynch does not have to physically be in Alameda County Court on Friday. Golde said he thinks they could have won the case, but that Lynch’s heightened fame following the Super Bowl made them not want to go through a public … Read more »
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