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Experienced Harrisonburg Reckless Driving Attorney: People need to understand that Law Enforcement is trained to use any opportunity to find contraband and charge them for it. In April, 2015, Shane Ray, an NFL prospect, was stopped for speeding in Cooper County, Missouri on Route 70. During the traffic stop, the Missouri Trooper confronted Ray about smelling unburnt marijuana. While it is not a great feat to smell burning marijuana it is rather amazing to smell unburnt marijuana. The Trooper declared that the smell gave him probable cause to search. In that search, the Trooper found a very small amount of marijuana. Ray was released upon a summons. Ray was not impaired. Ray was charged with a misdemeanor possession and only warned about his speed.
Experienced Harrisonburg Reckless Driving Attorney: Ray made the following statement: “I’d like to apologize to my Mother, Fans and prospective NFL teams for my poor judgement Monday morning,” Ray said in a statement. “I am embarrassed and realize there are consequences for my actions. I was not under the influence nor impaired , therefore I was not detained. Fortunately, Mondays incident only resulted in a citation. I will make better choices in the future. It is imperative that I continue to strive to better myself. My future NFL career has been something I have always dreamed about and is very important to me. I commit that my actions will represent that. There are no excuses here and I will take the necessary steps to ensure this will not happen again. I will not jeopardize my ability to have a positive impact on and off the field moving forward.”
Experienced Harrisonburg Reckless Driving Attorney: Ray came out early for the 2015 NFL draft. He was the Southeastern Conference’s Defensive Player of the Year last year. He set his team’s quarterback sack record for a season. Ray was projected to go in the First Round of the Draft prior to this marijuana charge.