INDIANAPOLIS - A court has suspended Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay's driver's license for one year following his arrest for driving while intoxicated.
Irsay is not allowed to drive for the next year because of his refusal to submit a blood test after Carmel police pulled him over on March 16.
A Hamilton County Superior Court judge issued the order last week and it went into effect May 27.
The suspension is mandatory under state law for refusal of a blood test when police want to check for impairment.
Irsay was only charged with two counts of impaired driving after officers found several bottles containing prescription drugs inside his car.
Irsay will appear in court June 19.
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