New York Giants Tackle Pleads Guilty in DWI

New York Giants player David Diehl pleaded guilty to a DWI he committed in Queens where he drove into two parked vehicles. He will no longer be able to drive or apply for a license in New Jersey and will have to wear a Secure Continuous Remote Alcohol Monitor for 3 months. Prosecutors said Diehl’s blood alcohol content was at .182, well above the legal limit of .08.

He also has to attend two drunken driving programs on top of paying the owners of the damaged cars. The first of these sanctions will be implemented on April 19. The aggravated DWI charge will be dismissed if Diehl complies with his sanctions within the next six months.
“I will help other people to make sure that they don’t make the same decision that I made in this circumstance. I will become a stronger person because of this,” said the Dehl. He may also receive some disciplinary action from the NFL.
For more on this story, visit ESPN.
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