Former Florida Gator defensive end Carlos Dunlap has pled guilty to DUI in a Gainesville court and received the minimum mandatory sentence according to a story at GatorSports.com. Dunlap’s drunk driving incident will land him on probation for one year and he will also face a six-month driver’s license suspension. On top of that there will be community service hours and fines incorporated into his DUI sentence.
The guilty plea for driving under the influence stems from a December 1 arrest. At the time of the traffic stop Dunlap reportedly failed field sobriety tests and had trouble maintaining his balance. He refused a breath test. Police officers initiated their DUI investigation after Dunlap was spotted asleep at the wheel on a Gainesville street.