For the second time in less than a month Von Miller is in trouble with the law, this time for allegedly driving without a license, according to Denver's KCNC.
Miller was cited last week in Arapahoe County, he was ticketed and released to the custody of his father who was with him at the time that he was cited. He was not arrested, his Father drove home from there.
If convicted, the minimum penalty in Colorado for driving without a license is five to 180 days in jail and a fine, according to this 2008 Denver Post article.
The Denver Broncos linebacker was arrested in August on an outstanding failure to appear warrant stemming from a December traffic violation.
For those of you that would like to read into whether or not these bundles of trouble can be punishable under the NFL Conduct Policy, you can read that here.
We will have more on this and we have even more on a possible Denver Broncos/Von Miller standoff, Wednesday on the podcast.