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More Details on Jack Swagger's Arrest and Possible Fines If Convicted
By Marc Middleton
Feb 23, 2013 - 7:29:41 AM

- The Associated Press has released more details on the February 19th arrest of WWE Superstar Jack Swagger.

Their report notes that Swagger was pulled over for driving 10 mph over the speed limit and his car was towed and later released from custody to a friend of his that picked him up from the police station.

If Swagger is convicted, he faces fines of $188 for driving 10 mph over the speed limit, $437 for a small amount of marijuana and $1,300 for a first DUI offense. The DUI charge carries a mandatory court appearance and he could lose his driver's license for 90 days. Swagger could also face a maximum of two days in jail, but could avoid that by meeting stipulations such as counseling.

As noted earlier, the DUI charge will require Swagger to appear in court in Gulfport, MS on March 12th.

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