Jonathan WIlliams found not guilty of DUI

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Bills running back Jonathan Williams fought his drunk driving arrest and won. Williams was found not guilty Thursday.

His attorney, Shane Wilkinson, told TMZ that prosecutors in Fayetteville, Ark., didn’t have “enough evidence to prove he was intoxicated.”

Williams, a fifth-round pick in 2016, was arrested July 14 on suspicion of driving while intoxicated after refusing to take a breathalyzer. Police said he displayed signs “consistent with intoxication” during a field sobriety test.

Williams played in 11 games last season, getting 27 carries for 94 yards and a touchdown.

6 responses to “Jonathan WIlliams found not guilty of DUI

  1. People have rights, and he was wise to use them. I have always heard if you may be over refuse and hire a lawyer. I’d like to see why he was pulled over in the first place. he even screwed up hy admitting to drinking in the first place.

  2. With Touchdown Mike Gillislee going to the Pats, this is the guy expected to back up Shady McCoy. I hope he is working hard and gangs onto the ball this year…

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