Drink Driving Case For Navy SEAL Who Shot Bin Laden
Reports are in from the US that the Navy SEAL who reportedly shot Osama Bin Laden has been arrested and charged with drink driving.
Navy SEAL Robert O’Neill, was find asleep at the wheel of a car in the early hours of the morning. When police attended on him it is stated that he seemed confused and intoxicated.
O’Neill was arrested and taken to the local police station where he failed a sobriety test and then refused to take an intoxilyser examination.
A police spokesman stated that when first spoken to, O’Neill said that he had consumed 1 drink but later said that he had only taken sleeping medication.
He also said that he had just flown back in from overseas, although the police could not say which country that was.
In 2014 the Navy SEAL had spoken out as to his role in the Bin Laden operation saying that the US had not intention of capturing the Al Qaeda leader alive.
About Caught Drink Driving
Caught Drink Driving is part of Millars Solicitors who are a specialist firm of road traffic and drink driving solicitors who represent motorists all over the country.
Formed by Carl Millar, Millars Solicitors has adopted his dogged tenacity and exacting technical understanding of motoring law. Before starting Millars Solicitors, Carl was employed as the head of department for some of the most high profile motoring law firms in the country. He is a member of the Society of Motoring Lawyers and has an enviable nationwide reputation for the results he gets for his clients.
Through representing a wide range of people you will find Carl and his team very approachable and never judgemental. Their advice is straightforward and will leave no stone unturned in pursuing all available defences in presenting your case.
If you have been caught drink driving you can contact Carl today on 0800 99 5535 or your can send a confidential email by clicking here. If you need to speak to a drink driving solicitor out of office hours than please call the 24 hour emergency line on 07732 054827.
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