Charges for Michael Vick co-defendant
A co-defendant in Michael Vick's dogfighting conspiracy case has been charged in Virginia with violating the terms of his probation.
Quanis Phillips has been ordered to appear before a federal judge in Richmond on March 15.
A federal probation officer says in a petition filed last week that Phillips has failed to truthfully answer questions and failed to report contact with law enforcement.
Phillips was shot in the leg after a birthday party for Vick at a nightclub last June. The probation officer says Phillips denied having contact with the Philadelphia Eagles quarterback that night. However, Vick told his probation officer that Phillips spoke with him the night of the party.
Phillips' attorneys did not immediately return a phone message Tuesday evening.
| March 2, 2011; 7:45 AM ET
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