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  • Don Dwyer, a Republican in the Maryland House of Delegates, has been arrested and charged with his second DUI in as many years after he was pulled over in the early hours of Tuesday morning. The Maryland lawmaker was stopped after officers reported he was driving erratically. Mr. Dwyer reported that he only had two beers, but failed multiple sobriety tests and is said to have been glassy eyed and slurring his speech in the police report. Mr. Dwyer recently pleaded guilty to being under the influence in a boat crash that injured 7, including a 5 year old girl back in August of 2012 and is scheduled to be sentenced for that offense in October.
  • Don Dwyer, a Republican Maryland Delegate recently pleaded guilty to drunken boating after he caused an accident that injured seven people, including the lawmaker and a young child. Mr. Dwyer was operating the boat when it collided with another boat, causing the collision. His blood alcohol content was three times the legal limit when authorities arrived and detained him. He has appealed the judge's sentence of 30 days in jail and a $1,000 fine and has a hearing scheduled for October 25th.