Morgan will try to complete diversion program after DWI charge
After serving 10 months in jail, Joe Morgan has decided to complete diversion program to avoid prosecution charges related to his case. He was arrested on suspension of driving drunk in Metairie and he was supposed to be one of the best receives of saints in the past 3 seasons.
Morgan was invited by the District Attorney’s Office to opt for the program and he had finally joined it before the 1st Jefferson Parish Court Judge Rebecca M. Olivier’s section on Tuesday. Donald the lawyer of the player said that the requirements of this program are very rigorous and some of the clauses may not be suiting to his client.
Actually he was arrested on 25th May for napping in his car. When the police took him in custody and tested him for knowing that whether he crossed the drinking limit, he declared positive and happened to be jailed for 10 months. Morgan was released under the security bond of $1,150 and his driving license had been confiscated for preventing him from driving.
He had missing a number of games due to preseason knee injury and this is the crucial time for him to improve his overall performance apart from personal development.