Ravens Have another Legal Problem

Ravens Have another Legal Problem

Baltimore Ravens have another player with a DWI. The team is roundly known for relinquishing players that get charge with DWI and other crimes. In this case it was the player Bernard Pierce who made it on the front pages of the sports section.

Bernard Pierce was stopped for speeding at 2 a.m. Wednesday in Towson, north of Baltimore. He already had two related incidences while speeding.

An officer spokesmen Cpl. John Wachter informed the press that Pierce was driving his car at 55 mph within a 30 mph zone. When he was stopped he failed several of the field sobriety tests. Bernard Pierce was then taken down to the station house in Towson for booking, and later released.

He is currently charged with driving under the influence of alcohol, driving while impaired by alcohol, and two existing speeding offenses.

Owner Steve Bisciotti acknowledged the charge and said this makes it his “worst year,” since he was named owner. The comment was implemented towards the behavior of not just Bernard Pierce but aslue of other players who have been in trouble with the law presently or are awaiting court dates.

Will he become another Terrence Cody who will be kicked off the team instantly? You have to wonder why the Ravens are having so many law related offenses. Are these good game players turned bad? Everybody is eagerly awaiting to see what will happen to Pierce.


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