Former Fresno State football player Jason Shirley was found guilty of 3 misdemeanor charges related to driving under the influence.
Shirley, who now plays in the NFL for the Cincinnati Bengals, was arrested in October 2007 for backing into a Fresno apartment home.
The lineman's first trial was dismissed after the jury couldn't come to a decision on the D.U.I. charges.
This latest trial spanned 4 days in which Shirley testified to having a concussion on the night of his arrest.
Shirley was found guilty on all counts and was ordered to complete a 30 day adult work program and undergo 3 years of informal probation.
Shirley's defense attorney, Charles Magill said he'll likely appeal the verdicts.
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