Former Saints Player Will Smith had 0.24 Percent Blood Alcohol Level Night of Murder

Today, Fox Sports reported that former New Orleans Saints defensive end Will Smith’s blood alcohol level was three times over the legal limit when he was shot and killed April 9th after a car collision with his attacker.
One of two sources cited said yet-to-be released toxicology results put Smith’s level at 0.24 percent. Louisiana’s legal limit is 0.08.
Peter Thompson, an attorney for the Smith family, had previously told reporters that Smith, who was driving before he got in an altercation with Cardell Hayes, was not inebriated on the night of the crash which took place in New Orleans.

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