Eugene (KMTR) - Suspended University of Oregon football player Cliff Harris spent Thursday morning in municipal court.
Despite paying fines, and settling on charges, a university spokesperson says his status with the team remains unchanged. Dave Williford with the U.O. Athletic Department tells NewsSource 16 that Harris remains suspended from all football related activities.
On October 24th, Harris was cited for failing to wear a seatbelt, driving without insurance, and driving with a suspended license.
In court Thursday, Harris pleaded guilty to the seatbelt charge, and paid a one hundred dollar fine.
According to a court administrator, the charge of driving uninsured will be dropped if Harris is able to provide proof of insurance.
Harris was ordered to pay a three hundred dollar fine for the suspended license citation. If he is able to avoid similar charges over the next sixty days, the suspended license charge would be also be dismissed.
Harris' driving record has been in the news since June when he was ticketed for driving 118 miles per hour on Interstate-5. Making matters worse, a video tape of the traffic stop was released showing Harris admit to smoking marijuana.