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Alfonzo Dennard will find out his fate on July 31. The Patriots cornerback was already on probation for punching a police officer back in April 2012 when he was arrested on suspicion of DUI on Thursday morning. He is scheduled to be in court on July 31 to determine if he violated that probation, according to Omaha.com. Omaha.com writes “Authorities have said that the accusation could be grounds for a Lancaster County District Court judge to revoke his probation and put him in jail for last year’s assault on a Lincoln officer.” Dennard is set to report for training camp with the Patriots on July 25. His court date will be in Nebraska. Dennard’s camp claims Dennard attempted to blow on a breathalyzer twice and that he was below the legal limit. His court date for the arrest is scheduled for Aug. 12. Have a question for Doug Kyed? Send it to him via Twitter at @DougKyedNESN or send it here.
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