DUI and hit-and-run charges dropped for MA Bishop despite failing three sobriety tests
RI Bishop Robert McManus off the hook as first time offender
Charges against Bishop Robert McManus of the Worcester Diocese in Rhode Island have been dropped after McManus entered a guilty plea.
The Associated Press reports that on May 13, another motorist alerted authorities after witnessing Bishop McManus allegedly commit a hit-and-run near the Bishop’s vacation home in Narangassett in Rhode Island.
Bishop McManus entered a guilty plea to refusing a sobriety test after the accident. As a result, the 61-year-old Bishop’s license was suspended for six months.
He admitted he "made a terrible error in judgment" by driving after drinking wine at dinner.
The charges against Bishop McManus were dropped, which the Associated Press reports is common for first-time offenders.
In a statement after the charges were dropped, Bishop McManus said, “I continue to ask forgiveness from all the good people I serve." He said he is humbled by the support he's received.
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