NFL player has dilemma with law again

Posted on October 14th, 2011 No Comments

Green Bay Packers player Johnny Jolly has had another run in with the law. The Defensive End was arrested outside of Houston for possession of drug charges and tampering with evidence.

This arrest comes as no surprise seeing as how it is Jolly’s third drug-related arrest in the past three years. The NFL suspended Jolly for an indefinite period in 2010 when his first possession arrest was up for a trial.

The Defensive End had a chance to get his former conviction expunged if he stayed out of trouble during his five-year probation under “deferred adjudication.” Jolly chose not to listen to his initial sentencing and is now facing serious jail time for his recent convictions.

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