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Hope Solo's husband wants to move forward after DUI in U.S. soccer van
Hope Solo's husband wants to move forward after DUI in U.S. soccer van

Former NFL player Jerramy Stevens -- the husband of U.S. soccer star Hope Solo -- said Friday he wants to move his life in a positive direction after he was convicted of drunk driving at the wheel of a U.S. soccer van. “I fully and willingly accept the consequences of my failure to act responsibly and I am ready to face what is ahead," Stevens said in a statement issued by his attorney, Craig Renetzky, a day after his no-contest plea to driving under the influence. "I look forward to putting it all behind me and moving forward with my life in a positive and productive manner," he continued. Stevens, 35, entered the plea on two misdemeanor counts: driving...

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