Georgia’s Nolan Smith, William Mote Resolve Their Legal Cases Ahead Of Fall Camp

Syndication: Online Athens
Dejected Georgia outside linebacker Nolan Smith leaves the field after the Bulldogs' SEC Championship loss against Alabama on Dec. 4. Georgia faces Michigan in the national semifinals on Friday night. Syndication Online Athens

Georgia Bulldogs’ Nolan Smith & William Mote have had their legal cases officially resolved just in time for fall camp. Smith was charged with speeding through a construction zone and driving on a suspended license, both of which were misdemeanors.

Mote avoids facing a potential felony charge after he allegedly had broken a window of a law firm. The damage estimation needed to be over $500 for it to be considered felony property damage; fortunately for Mote, the estimate was said to be $190.

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