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Jhajuan Seales Receives One-Year Deferred Sentence For 2015 DUI

The Oklahoma State receiver has been handed down his sentence from his DUI in October of last year.

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Oklahoma State will kick off their 2016 season in just a couple of days, but off-the-field actions from last season are still haunting senior wideout Jhajuan Seales. It was reported yesterday that the talented Cowboy receiver has received a one-year deferred sentence for his DUI and transportation of an open container of alcohol charges from October of last year. He pleaded guilty to both charges in court.

The DUI was charged due to Seales registering a .14 and a .15 when administered a breathalyzer test, both nearly double the legal limit of .08. The transportation charge came from two open bottles of liquor found in the front console of the vehicle.

Seales’ year long probation includes alcohol and drug abuse counseling, as well as 25 hours of community service, a victim’s impact panel, and roughly $1,000 dollars in fines and charges.

Seales remains with the Oklahoma State program, and the 6-foot senior receiver is listed as the number one wideout heading into the Cowboy’s week one match-up with Southeastern Louisiana.

Last season Seales caught 18 passes for 321 yards in 11 games, he should have a larger impact this season.

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