Florida Football Player, Frankie Hammond Jr., enters plea to DUI

The University of Florida football player, Frankie Hammond Jr., was arrested for DUI in Florida this year. He has now entered a plea to the DUI and has been placed on Florida DUI probation.

When you enter a plea to a DUI in Jacksonville or any city in Florida, there are certain minimum mandatory sanctions that apply. If you enter a plea to a first DUI, as Hammond did, you will be placed on probation for six to twelve months. When you are on probation in Jacksonville, you must complete 50 hours of community service, attend and complete DUI school, impound your vehicle for 10 days, and pay a fine. Your driver’s license will also be suspended. If you blew over the legal limit of .08, your license will be suspended for 6 months and if you refuse to blow, your license will be suspended for 12 months.