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Woodstock DWI Lawyer: Hope Solo, the award winning goalkeeper for the United States Women’s Soccer Team is married to Jerramy Stevens, a former NFL Tight End. Solo is a two time Olympic Gold Medalist who plays for a professional soccer team. On January 19, 2015, Stevens was stopped for erratic driving while operating a Van owned by the U.S. Soccer Team. The Manhattan Beach, California police stop apparently occurred in front of the hotel where the couple were staying. According to some law enforcement sources, Stevens had a blood alcohol content around four times the legal limit or 0.32 grams per liter.
Woodstock DWI Lawyer: Apparently law enforcement recognized Hope Solo and attempted to peaceably remove her from the situation despite her aggressive behavior and obvious drunken condition. TMZ reports that law enforcement enlisted the assistance of hotel staff to keep Solo from actively attempting to prevent the DUI arrest of her husband. The U.S. Women’s Soccer Team has suspended Solo for one month for allowing her incredibly intoxicated husband to drive a team van.
Woodstock DWI Lawyer: Both Solo and Stevens have a history of poor decisions and often dangerous behavior off the field. Solo’s suspension will cause her to miss up coming games with the French and English National Teams. The charges against Solo’s husband come about one week after her own domestic assault and battery charges were dismissed.
Woodstock DWI Lawyer: Solo delivered a statement hopefully prepared by her legal counsel: “I accept and respect the federation’s decision, and more importantly, I apologize for disappointing my teammates, coaches and the federation who have always supported me. I think it’s best for me to take a break, decompress from the stress of the last several months and come back mentally and physically ready to positively contribute to the team.”