Frattin acquitted on charge
GRAND FORKS, N.D. -- A jury has acquitted University of North Dakota hockey player Matt Frattin of drunken driving.
Campus police pulled over the junior forward from Edmonton, Alberta, on Aug. 19. Prosecutor Jason McCarthy says Frattin passed some sobriety tests but failed others.
Jurors deliberated for less than 30 minutes Tuesday before acquitting Frattin.
Frattin was kicked off the team following his arrest, which was his second run-in with police last summer. He pleaded guilty ...
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