The "Canary" prepares to **SING**!
Vick co-defendant pleads guilty to dogfighting ...
Taylor, 34, says he wasn't promised lighter sentence in exchange for plea.
By the Associated Press via MSNBC.com
RICHMOND, Va. - One of Michael Vick’s co-defendants pleaded guilty Monday to federal dogfighting conspiracy charges in a plea agreement with prosecutors.
Tony Taylor, 34, who will be sentenced Dec. 14, said he was not promised any specific sentence in return for his cooperation with the government.
Taylor faces a maximum of five years in prison and a $250,000 fine, but likely will get less under federal sentencing guidelines. The guideline range will be determined by court officials, and U.S. District Judge Henry E. Hudson can depart from that range if he finds aggravating or mitigating circumstances.
I'll bet he Luvz ya, Mickey! ;)
Can ya Feel the Love?
The Other Side of the story ...
'Hopefully I'll see y'all again,' Vick tells fans ...
QB gives first interview since being indicted for dogfighting on July 17
From: MSNBC News Services
Monday, July 30, 2007
Atlanta Falcons quarterback Michael Vick, fighting felony dogfighting charges, thanked the fans who have stuck by his side during the legal ordeal in a radio interview on WVEE-FM Monday, the Atlanta Journal Constitution reported.
"Hopefully I'll see y'all again," Vick said in a taped interview with host Porsche Foxx, who added that she was advised by Vick's legal team not to ask questions about his case. "It remains to be seen, but that's what I'm working on...
Read the rest of the story on MSNBC.com >>>
another Michael Vick editorial cartoon
THREE Down ... Only Mikey to go ... Feelin "Left Out", Mikey?
Wonder when he'll catch on? :confused:
Two Vick co-defendants set for plea agreements
Peace, Phillips to appear in court this week in federal dogfighting case ...
http://msnbcmedia1.msn.com/i/msnbc/C...s/sourceAP.gif Updated: 6:33 p.m. ET Aug. 13, 2007
RICHMOND, Va. - The two remaining co-defendants in Michael Vick’s federal dogfighting case on Monday scheduled hearings to enter plea agreements.
Purnell Peace is set to appear in federal court in Richmond on Thursday and Quanis Phillips on Friday.
Last month, another original co-defendant, Tony Taylor, pleaded guilty to his role in a dogfighting conspiracy he says was financed almost entirely by the Atlanta Falcons quarterback.
Rest of the Story at >>> http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/20253462/
*BLINK* The lighbulb comes on
Vick contemplating plea deal, report says ...
MSNBC News Services on Monday, August 13, 2007
With the two remaining co-defendants in Michael Vick’s federal dogfighting case scheduling hearings to enter plea agreements, the controversial Atlanta Falcons quarterback reportedly was weighing his options Monday concerning a plea bargain.
Two of Vick's attorneys, Larry Woodward and Billy Martin, met with federal prosecutor Michael Gill and the investigators on Monday afternoon, ESPN reported Monday. The attorneys planned to speak with the quarterback in the evening to see what direction he wants to go in, ESPN reported.
A source close to the investigation told ESPN that Vick has until Friday to make up his mind whether to accept a plea agreement. Otherwise a superseding indictment will be filed and Vick will face at least two more federal dogfighting charges.