Dallas Cowboys guard Ronald Leary pleaded no-contest Monday to a drunk-driving charge in a case dating back to 2012, according to the Dallas Morning News. He will be sentenced to 18 months probation and be forced to pay a $1,000 fine. Leary was arrested for driving while intoxicated on Sept. 7, 2012, a Class B misdemeanor, after he failed a sobriety test. Multiple court dates had been postponed until a July 14 trial date was finally set.
Report: Cowboys' Ronald Leary pleads no-contest to DWI
SI | Jul 15