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UNC running back Romar Morris suspended for DWI

Posted on November 18th, 2014 No Comments

Twenty-two-year-old UNC running back Romar Morris was suspended for one game after getting arrested and being charged with driving while impaired on November 2, the News Observer reported.

A police officer with the Chapel Hill Police Department took Morris into custody at around 4:12 a.m. near his home address of 110 Misty Woods Circle. He had been driving a 2001 Honda Accord at the time. According to Morris’s arrest report, he was released to an unnamed sober person on the condition that he will appear in court.

His coach, Larry Fedora, said all football players on the Tarheels team are held accountable for their actions.

When you are facing charges of this nature, it is imperative to quickly enlist the help of an experienced lawyer. Jim Black, an attorney in Raleigh who handles driving while impaired cases, is capable of creating a strong defense for his clients who are charged with this offense. To protect your reputation and your future, call his offices today at 919-600-4609.

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