Jeff Hardy’s June 2022 DUI case has been closed

Jeff Hardy’s June 2022 DUI case has been closed.

Volusia County Clerk of Circuit Court records show that on Thursday, February 23, Jeff Hardy’s case in regard to his June 2022 DUI is closed.

On February 21, a motion to suppress was filed with the description of “unreliable breath test results.” Per the document, the breath test procedures are listed with the following notes regarding the results being unreliable:

20. Mr. Hardy’s breath tests did not comply with FDLE’s requirements established in FDLE’s administrative rules to ensure reliable quantitative breath tests.

21. There is insufficient probative evidence that the breath tests in Mr. Hardy’s case were performed substantially in accordance with methods approved by FDLE and with a compliant machine approved by FDLE.

22. For the above reasons, this Court should enter an order excluding any evidence of a breath test and breath test results obtained in this case.

On Thursday, February 23 documents indicate that Hardy signed a written plea of no contest to 3rd offense of DUI within 10 years, driving while his license was suspended, revoked, or canceled, and a driving violation with a driver’s license restriction.

Documents note Hardy has been credited for serving 38 days in jail. He is on probation for 24 months and was fined $4,000 with court costs of $586. His driver’s license is suspended for 10 years. Part of his sentence includes “vehicle impoundment” for 90 days and a “vehicle interlock device” for two years. Hardy also must attend DUI school or a drug rehabilitation program and community service.

Back on June 13, 2022, Jeff Hardy was arrested in Volusia County, Florida and charged with DUI, driving with a suspended license and violating restrictions placed on a driver’s license.

Then on June 14, 2022 Tony Khan suspended Jeff Hardy without pay. He cannot return to AEW promotion until he completes substance abuse treatment. Last June, Khan said that Hardy was “doing much better” and was currently in treatment.

Source: Fightful