Baseball Player from GA Tech Arrested for DUI

Posted by Richard Lawson | Feb 27, 2011 | 0 Comments

A 21 year old Georgia Tech baseball player was arrested on February 3rd for DUI . An officer pulled the suspect over in Buckhead, a suburb of Atlanta when he was observed not being able to stay in his lane. The player refused a breath test and was charged with DUI/Less Safe. If he is convicted, he may be subject to other disciplinary actions. Georgia Tech's code of conduct for student-athletes doesn't have any rules specific to DUIs but they do have a student code of conduct that includes a provision prohibiting alcohol violations that include underage use or possession of alcohol and behavior, while under the influence of alcohol that endangers any person. Discipline can range from a warning to expulsion.

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