Apparently Michael Vick didn't read the part of the playbook that said you shouldn't get high before sentencing, when you KNOW you have to submit to drug tests.
RICHMOND, Va. — A federal judge placed tighter restrictions on Michael Vick today after he tested positive for marijuana.
Because of the result, U.S. District Judge Henry Hudson placed special conditions on Vick's release, including restricting him to his home between 10 p.m. and 6 a.m. and ordering him to submit to random drug testing.
The urine sample was submitted Sept. 13, according to a document by a federal probation officer that was filed in U.S. District Court today.
Vick, who admitted bankrolling a dogfighting operation on property he owns in Surry County in his written federal plea, is scheduled for sentencing Dec. 10.Rocky Mountain News