Ex-Bears QB will plead no contest to DUI
PENSACOLA, Fla. -- Former NFL quarterback Jim McMahon will plead no contest to a drunken driving charge but is challenging a pair of breath tests only to reduce his fine and other penalties, his lawyer said Friday.
Pensacola lawyer Tommy Ratchford said he filed motions in nearby Milton to obtain records on the Breathalyzer used to test McMahon, who led the Chicago Bears to a Super Bowl title in 1986, and interview a sheriff's deputy who maintained the machine.
McMahon eventually will ...
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