Bishop Robert McManus Pleads Not Guilty to DUI

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The bishop at the Roman Catholic Diocese in Worcester, MA, Robert McManus, pleaded not guilty to a DUI arrest that he received this past weekend.

McManus was arrested for driving under the influence in Providence, RI. He was also charged for leaving the scene of the accident. McManus is a former Rhode Island citizen and also owns a home in Providence.

Bishop Robert McManus said that he had wine with dinner and “made a terrible error in judgement.”

Today, he pleaded not guilty to his DUI charges and hired a DUI lawyer.

Hiring an experienced DUI attorney is the best way to get your drunk driving charges reduced or dropped altogether. It is very easy to found guilty of a DUI if you plead guilty to a DUI.

By pleading not guilty and choosing to fight your charges, you improve your chances of getting your charges reduced or dropped altogether.

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