TOWSON, Md. (AP) — Baltimore Ravens offensive line coach Andy Moeller has pleaded guilty to a charge of driving while intoxicated, but he will not have to serve time in jail.

Moeller was sentenced Monday to two years of supervised probation by a Baltimore County district judge. Six other traffic offenses were dropped in exchange for his guilty plea.

A 60-day jail sentence was suspended with the exception of the two days Moeller served last fall.

There will be no travel restrictions and his driver’s license wasn’t suspended or restricted.

His lawyer says Moeller has been attending Alcoholics Anonymous twice a week and submitting to drug tests.

The NFL could punish Moeller for violating its personal conduct policy. No decision has been made yet.

(Copyright 2011 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)

Comments (3)
  1. Mike says:

    If he didn’t work for the Ravens and was a regular citizen of Maryland, the judge would have treated him differently.

    There is no justice unless you are famous or have plenty of money

  2. Bernie says:

    Hey Moller, Put away that six-pack on the way home from now on. If that was myself or any other stiff, it would have cost us thousands of $$, possibly jail time for second offense, & loss of license which is the least of which you should have incurred….There are a lot of Mother’s of drunk drivers who killed there children out there hating your Tookas today.

  3. mark says:

    Where does it say it was his second offense bernie?

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