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Ravens drop player arrested for Charlotte DWI, speeding

Posted on March 18th, 2015 No Comments

On Saturday, February 28, Twenty-two-year-old Baltimore Ravens defensive-back Victor Hampton was taken into police custody on driving while impaired charges in Charlotte, North Carolina.

According to preliminary investigations, a trooper spotted a convertible Camaro going 100 miles per hour in a 55-mph zone on Interstate 77 north near Westinghouse Boulevard at around 12:26 a.m. The trooper asked Hampton to step out of the vehicle and perform a field sobriety test. It was later discovered that Hampton’s blood alcohol level was at 0.10, which is above the legal limit in North Carolina at 0.08.

With this turn of events, Ravens spokesman Chad Steele said the team dropped Hampton from their official list of players last Monday, March 2.

Consequences can be steep for drinking and driving charges. However, Law Office of Jim Black in Raleigh has experience developing successful strategies aimed at reducing or eliminating the charges brought against our clients. Call us today at 919-600-4609 to learn more about your options.

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