Ex-North Carolina rep pleads no contest to DUI in Ohio

CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — Records show a former North Carolina state representative charged with DUI in Ohio last year cannot legally drive until July.

The Charlotte Observer cites the records from Ohio’s Erie County Municipal Court in a Wednesday report on Andy Dulin. Records show the former Charlotte representative pleaded no contest last month.

Dulin was charged in July after authorities stopped him along a turnpike around 60 miles (97 kilometers) west of Cleveland.

He received fines and probation and lost his license for a year. He hasn’t returned The Observer’s calls and emails.

The newspaper first reported the charge in October. In a statement then, Dulin called it “an obvious last-minute smear campaign by the Democrats and their liberal allies at the Charlotte Observer.”

The Republican lost re-election in the House District 104 race to Democrat Brandon Lofton.

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Information from: The Charlotte Observer, http://www.charlotteobserver.com

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