• A bit late, Broncos' Von Miller pleads guilty to minor traffic offenses

    Summary of 4 articles · Updated Oct 28, 2013
    Miller was nearly two hours late for a hearing about minor traffic offenses on Monday morning, according to The Denver Post. Denver Broncos linebacker Von Miller did not break any traffic laws to be on time for his court hearing on Monday. For pleading guilty to the pending traffic charges, Miller was ordered to perform 24 hours of community service and to complete a driving class within 90 days. Von Miller has sprinted out of the NFL's doghouse and into the sack column. He eventually pleaded guilty to the charges, but not before Magistrate Christina Apostoli voiced her displeasure about Miller’s tardiness. I was blessed for production to come my way this week. I'm proud of my teammates. We played hard this week. We played hard last week."
    • Broncos linebacker Von Miller angers judge after showing up nearly two hours late for a hearing

      Denver Broncos linebacker Von Miller did not break any traffic laws to be on time for his court hearing on Monday. It explains why a judge was so angry with him. Miller was nearly two hours late for a hearing about minor traffic offenses on Monday morni…
      Source: yahoo.com
    • Von Miller shows up nearly two hours late for court date

      Broncos linebacker Von Miller continues to have a problem with showing up in court on time. According to Jordan Steffen of the Denver Post, Miller was nearly two hours lateregarding pending traffic offenses. Eventually, Miller arrived at the Arapahoe Co…
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