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Florida DT cited for violating deferred prosecution agreement

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Busted in January on a pair of pot charges, Florida defensive tackle Leon Orr once again finds himself on the wrong side of the legal system.

According to Alachua County court documents, Orr violated the terms of his deferred prosecution agreement when he was cited for knowingly driving with a suspended license on Monday. Orr’s agreement included a $50 court fee and either a $150 fine or 12 1/2 hours of community service.

He scheduled to be arraigned on the second-degree misdemeanor on June 6.

“First off I wanna apologize to the g nation for this bad publicity, but im being depicted as a criminal of some sort and ive never had hand cuffs put on my wrist or been pictured in a stripe jumpsuit!” Orr said on his Twitter account. “I jus wanna help my team win and provide for my family.”

(photo courtesy of UF athletics) 

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1 Response to “Florida DT cited for violating deferred prosecution agreement”
  1. gripless says: May 16, 2012 11:28 AM

    Providing for your family? What kind of income do they get a g nation?

    Perhaps a class in driving 101 – The need to have a license.

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