Crocs Cofounder Finally Pleads Guilty to DUI

Crocs Cofounder Finally Pleads Guilty to DUI

Sources stated that George Boedecker Jr., cofounder of Crocs Inc., finally decided to plead guilty for his DUI arrest that occurred in August. Boedecker, 51 years old, had been stopped by Boulder police officials in Colorado “after witnesses called them to say a man was sleeping behind the wheel of a running Porsche in the 3400 block of 22nd Street.” 

Boedecker, who had previously denied any charges, admitted to the courts that he had been “driving under the influence with a blood alcohol concentration of 0.2 or above, meaning his blood alcohol level was more than twice the DUI threshold of 0.08.” Boulder County District Attorney’s Office stated that Judge Karolyn Moore gave Boedecker a penalty of two years of probation, which includes 30 days of in-home detention in Tennessee with electronic monitoring and other strict conditions.

In addition, Boedecker is also liable for paying a $600 fine and undergoing some alcohol treatment.  On Thursday, Boedecker released a public statement taking responsibility for the charges. He told the media, “I have pleaded guilty to the charges, and I accept responsibility for my actions and the resulting consequences. I am prepared to honor my legal obligations and accept my sentence.”.

If you or someone you know has been arrested for driving drunk, contact a skilled Colorado DUI attorney for legal assistance.

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