Vick pleads not guilty

By: Prentice Elliott Email
By: Prentice Elliott Email

Michael Vick was stoic as he entered a Virginia courtroom this afternoon to face federal charges he was involved in a dogfighting ring, and he had little more to say inside the courtroom.

The Falcons Quarterback pled not guilty today and was released without bond. He did, however, have to give up his passport and any dog breeding license he might have.

A court date has been set for 9:30 a-m, november 26. The prosecution also announced they will be issuing a superceding indictment next month, meaning new charges could be added.

Vick and 3 other men are facing charges involving competitive dogfighting, buying and training dogs for fighting and doing it across state lines.


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