Minnesota State Representative Matt Grossell Accepts Plea Deal In Drunk Driving Case

(Bagley, MN) — A Minnesota legislator is pleading guilty to drunken driving. State Representative Matt Grossell of Clearbrook is admitting to fourth-degree driving while impaired in exchange for him receiving a 90-day suspended jail sentence and two years unsupervised probation. The Republican lawmaker was ticketed on February 11 when he was driving with a blood alcohol level over the limit. Grossell has already completed some terms of his plea deal which includes attending a victim’s impact panel organized by Mothers Against Drunk Driving.

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