Bernard Pierce recently was cut from the Ravens after he was apprehended for drunk driving, koco.com reported.
On March 17, the 24-year-old running back was initially pulled over for speeding, but after engaging with Pierce, police claimed they had reason to believe he was intoxicated. The football player was later arrested and booked at Towson Precinct after failing a field sobriety test. Pierce is the third player to be recently cut from the team over conduct issues.
Though no one reportedly was injured in the recent intoxicated driving arrest, the Oklahoma legal team of Abel Law Firm understands that many people suffer fatal injuries caused by drunk drivers. If this has happened to you or to a loved one, we may be able to help you secure compensation to cover medical bill and property damage. Call us today at 405-239-7046 to learn more about your legal options.