Two Remaining Vick Co-Defendants Reportedly Could Enter Plea Agreements This Week

Michael Vick's remaining two co-defendants in his federal dogfighting case have scheduled hearings for late this week to possibly enter plea agreements, the Associated Press reported.

Quanis Phillips and Purnell Peace reportedly scheduled hearings for Thursday and Friday.

Another co-defendant, Tony Taylor, previously pleaded guilty to the dogfighting charges and agreed to cooperate with prosecutors.

Vick is scheduled to go on trial in November.

By Mark Maske |  August 13, 2007; 10:31 PM ET  | Category:  Falcons , League
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Vick is officially cooked. Time of death - 10:31 pm ET.

Posted by: Chris | August 13, 2007 11:53 PM

Police are used to clear county parks of deer--ok and taxpayers pay. Vick is involved in dog fighting--taxpayers don't pay and this is a felony?

Posted by: Come on | August 14, 2007 9:35 AM

I don't think the police raise the deer in tiny cages and torment them to make them aggresive.

I am pretty sure they do not make the deer tear each other limb from limb while they place bets on who will "win". I think the police might try to kill them with one shot.


Pass the Grape Nuts.

Posted by: Ewell Gibbons | August 14, 2007 1:12 PM

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