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Topic - Andrew Alperstein
Matthew Fortese should be ironing out a best-man speech for his brother's wedding, but instead the 25-year-old is relearning how to talk. Rather than making friends at the new job he was supposed to start two weeks ago, he is settling in at an inpatient rehabilitation center.
Baltimore Ravens assistant offensive line coach Andy Moeller is facing drunken driving charges.
Authorities say Baltimore Ravens assistant offensive line coach Andy Moeller is facing drunken driving charges.
"A guy takes a second date to an Orioles' game," said Baltimore-based attorney Andrew Alperstein, who is representing Mr. Fortese. "This is not what she signed up for, not what he signed up for, not what his mom, dad and brother were hoping for."
Mr. Alperstein said that he has not ruled anything in or out in terms of filing a lawsuit.