WR Jones’ Attorney Expects Evidence to Clear DWI Charge

Texans WR Jacoby Jones, last year’s third round draft choice, was arrested early Sunday morning for driving while intoxicated at Chartres Street near downtown, but Jones’ attorney believes the charge won’t hold up in court. Jones’ attorney, Chip Lewis, believes there’s evidence to exonerate Jones’ DWI charge, and he plans on getting the police video recording of the arrest on Tuesday.

Lewis told Houston’s television station KRIV, “I am fairly confident the evidence will agree with Jacoby’s assertion that he was not intoxicated. He agreed to take every test that he was asked.”

Around 3 a.m. Houston Police found Jacoby Jones asleep at the wheel with his vehicle in Drive and his foot on the brake before entering his passenger seat to put the car in park before waking him. According to Lewis, Jones was stopped safely and wearing his seatbelt when HPD found him. On Sunday, HPD breath tested Jones and found he had a 0.13 blood-alcohol content when it is illegal in Texas to drive over a .08 blood-alcohol content.


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