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Lately a number of college athletes have made the news by being arrested for driving suspended. Xavian Stapleton, who plays college basketball at Mississippi State, was arrested for driving suspended. Stapleton was stopped for speeding 38 miles per hour in a 20 mile per hour zone. He was booked at Okibbeha County Jail and released on bond. Stapleton joined Johnny Zuppardo in being arrested for driving suspended. Zuppardo plays forward for the Mississippi State basketball team. Stapleton has not yet played for Mississippi State since he transferred from Louisiana Tech. Under NCAA rules Stapleton will have to sit out one season.
Harrisonburg Suspended License Lawyer: The issue of driving suspended brings up a topic often discussed on this blog; namely, making that it is a terrible mistake to make statements to law enforcement. When a driver’s license is suspended one thing that the government must prove is that the driver knew his license was suspended. Often that knowledge may be difficult to show unless the suspect admits to knowing his or her license was suspended. For that reason, police officers often ask the suspect whether he or she knew about the suspension. Most people do not realize that they have no obligation to speak with the Officer about their knowledge of alleged criminal acts. Indeed, the suspect is not honoring his or her constitutional rights by talking with law enforcement with his or her attorney present. Honor your constitutional rights: Tell the Officer, “I want a Lawyer. If I am not under arrest, please let me go.”