ESPN: Michael Vick arrived in a suit and shackles for a...

ESPN: Michael Vick arrived in a suit and shackles for a court
appearance Tuesday where he was expected to plead guilty to state
dogfighting charges, a necessary step to make him eligible for
early release. Federal law prohibits prisoners from being released
to a halfway house if there are unresolved charges pending. A plea
agreement between Vick's legal team and Surry County Commonwealth
Attorney Gerald Poindexter calls for the former Atlanta Falcons
star to plead guilty to two felony counts -- beating or killing or
causing dogs to fight other dogs and engaging in or promoting
dogfighting -- in Surry County Circuit Court.

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