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Staunton DWI Lawyer: Simply being charged with DWI can have a significant effect on the Accused’s life. For example, Kimberly J. Allen was the Athletic Director for the University of New England. In mid-January, 2015 Ms. Allen was arrested and charged with driving under the influence. Ms. Allen resigned her position as Athletic Director shortly thereafter. Even though she had not had her trial and even though our system claims the Accused is innocent until proven guilty, Ms. Allen’s employer the University of New England received her resignation. The University noted that her resignation was her own decision. The University did not elaborate on what other options the University had given her.
Staunton DWI Lawyer: According to the media, Ms. Allen, who is 52 years old, has no traffic or criminal history other than a speeding ticket in 2012. Ms. Allen had been at the University for nine years and was previously Athletic Director from 2006 to 2011. In 2011, the University began a 19 month suspension due to NCAA violations concerning or related to scholarship fraud and the recruitment of Canadian Hockey Players. Division 3 Schools are not permitted to award sports scholarships.
Staunton DWI Lawyer: Before her tenure at the University, Ms. Allen had been Associate Athletic Director at Smith College and had also worked at Rutgers-Newark. In addition to losing her job, Ms. Allen apparently faces a $500.00 fine, mandatory alcohol education and a 150 day loss of license in Maine for a first offender operating under the influence. The media did not see the need to discuss whether there was a reason to stop Ms. Allen, a reason to arrest Ms. Allen and what proof of being under the influence the Government had against Ms. Allen.