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DWI charge results in Texas Tech football player’s release from team

A Texas Tech University football player was removed from the team after he was apprehended for driving a vehicle while intoxicated, My San Antonio reported on April 14.

Reports said 19-year-old Grant Bouma was arrested by authorities for suspected drunken driving and subsequently charged with a DWI. Bouma, a freshman football player, reportedly carried somebody else’s drivers’ license when he was arrested. Bouma was released on April 13 after posting bond. According to the university’s website, Bouma is a Chino, California native majoring in agricultural applied economics degree.

Being charged and arrested for drunken driving is frightening, as a conviction can seriously affect your reputation, career, and even your freedom. However, if you are facing such a situation in the Houston area, the lawyers at the Kyle Sampson, Attorney at Law may help you challenge every aspect of the case brought against you. Call us today at (713) 337-1420 to find out how we may uphold your rights and fight on behalf of your defense.

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