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Reports Says Sallworth’s BAC was Over Legal Limit at 0.12

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Pro Football Talk has a report of the blood-alcohol concentration of WR Donte Stallworth:

According to the Miami Herald, Stallworth’s blood-alcohol concentration was 0.12 percent after the incident that claimed the life of Mario Reyes. A source with knowledge of the investigation tells us that Stallworth’s blood was taken twice — once after the accident and again an hour later. It’s not known whether the 0.12 percent result arises from the earlier test or the later one.

Checking the Florida legal limit laws, a crime is driving with a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) at or above a proscribed level, 0.08 percent, which if the above is true, means that Stallworth had better start to call a pretty high-priced lawyer (if he doesn’t have one already), because he’s heading to jail for a long time to come.

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3 Responses to “Reports Says Sallworth’s BAC was Over Legal Limit at 0.12”

  1. Clayton says:

    Florida used to have a legal blood alcohol limit of 0.09 unless it changed recently. In any event, he is still over if the report is correct. The police have been careful to distance themselves from the report, however, I doubt that the newspaper would publish that without a very solid source for the information. 0.12 is very low and could easily be from the evening before, but there are no excuses for this. Donte seems headed for big trouble and we seem headed for having to pick up a WR.

  2. Mac says:

    Yet another pro athlete who got stupid, and now has to pay for it. I hope he learns a valuable lesson from this…

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