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Justin Bieber Rejects DUI Plea Deal, Will Go to Trial?

Justin Bieber Rejects DUI Plea Deal, Will Go to Trial?

Justin Bieber has reportedly rejected the plea deal for his DUI case and will go to trial, TMZ reports.

The 19-year-old entertainer was offered a deal that is often given to first-time DUI offenders, which often includes community service, an alcohol education course, and random drug testing.

Without accepting the plea deal, Justin will likely go to trial and face whatever consequences occur.

Sources say that Justin‘s team believes they can get a better deal due to inconsistencies in the police report. Police reported that Justin smelled of alcohol, but he only had a .014 level on his breathalyzer. The reported drag racing charge is being disputed as well.

Justin was arrested this past January for DUI and drag racing.

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  • commonsense

    Arrogance. Nobody says no to him so he thinks a jury couldn’t possibly find him guilty.

  • oi

    “he only had a .014 level” hello idiots he is still under 21 so that is still illegal!!

  • Jedaqia

    If he is innocent, then this is the right course of action. And no, I’m not a Belieber but I do believe what’s right is right.

  • Sera

    I don’t care about JB, but there are inconsistencies in his case. His alcohol levels were below legal limit and he was not speeding. Also the cop that detained him has been accused of misconduct 15 times! Crazy.

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