NFL | Boston pleads no contest for reckless driving
Stephen Thompson, of The Tampa Tribune, reports free-agent WR David Boston (Buccaneers) pleaded no contest Wednesday, April 16, to a charge of reckless driving. Judge William Overton sentenced Boston to six months probation and ordered him to attend DUI school. He was also ordered to serve 50 hours of community service and pay $615 in investigative costs and a $500 fine. If Boston fulfills his obligations and attends DUI school, he has the right to buy out of his 50 hours of community service and ask for early termination of his probation. His attorney, Wes Trombley, said Boston will be joining the Canadian Football League.
2008-04-16 09:42:22 | Source:
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