Sparta Man Admits To Driving Drunk With Suspended License
SUPERIOR COURT – According to the prosecutor’s office, a Sparta man accepted that he was driving with a suspended license and was driving under the influence of alcohol.
On 18th of May, 32-year-old Charles J. Perdue pleaded guilty in state Superior Court in front of Judge Thomas J. Critchley in Newton, to fourth-degree driving with a suspended license and a motor vehicle offense of driving while intoxicated.
He is scheduled to be sentenced on 10th of July.
On 24th of March, he accepted that during a traffic stop in Sparta, he had a suspended driver’s license and that he was under the influence of alcohol.
Lawyer Michael Suarez Perdue was representing him and the state was represented by Assistant Prosecutor Donald F. Cox Jr.
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