Updated on February 25th, 2019 at 11:51 am

p>Dorial Green Beckham is currently an NFL Free Agent. In 2015, Dorial was drafted by the Tennessee Titans in the second round. Dorial was briefly on the Philadelphia Eagles’ team. Dorial had been a University of Missouri football player until expelled from the team in 2014, as he had a busy criminal docket while at Missouri, being arrested twice for marijuana possession and accused of knocking a woman down a flight of stairs.

Dorial managed a solid rookie year with the Titans, but did not show enough promise to hold management interest, though he had an amazing high school career as a three-sport star. Dorial was outstanding in football, track and basketball and ran a 10.59 1—meters, had a 23-2.25 feet long jump and a 47-3.75 triple jump.

Dorial was arrested early Saturday morning, December 30th in Greene County, Missouri for DWI. Dorial was also charged with invalid license plates and illegal window tint. It is a mistake to have minor violations while driving after consuming alcohol, as it simply gives police a reason to stop you and smell your breath. Once the police think they smell alcohol on you, especially at night, you are going to jail. Doing the standardized field sobriety testing allows the police more reason to arrest you–even professional athletes cannot pass these tests. Visit www.keeferapp.com to give yourself the only Correct Response to police questions.

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If you have been charged with DUI, DWI or DUID in Virginia, it is important you call Keefer Law Firm immediately, or email info@BobKeefer.com. Schedule a FREE, confidential telephone conference. Harrisonburg DUI attorney Bob Keefer has been a lawyer in Virginia for more than 30 years. He has successfully completed the NHTSA Standardized Field Sobriety Testing (SFST) Instructor’s Course, as well as the Manufacture’s Operator’s course for the EC/IR II, Virginia’s evidential breath tester. You may find review from previous clients by clicking here.

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