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It's a 30 day jail senetence, but it actually doesn't look like anything. All lawyers, judges, and football francises involved are saying it's basically nothing but he has to serve the sentence.

 

Yeah all it is is repercussions for some reason where he violated parole. While he apparently did something it wasn't as bad as trashing his team to get traded or beating up some kid asking for an autograph.

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From the linked article:

 

Bradshaw, 22, was sentenced to two years of probation for misdemeanor petty larceny in 2006 while a student at Marshall University. He pleaded guilty in Cabell County Circuit Court (W.Va)., of stealing a fellow student's PlayStation video game from a dorm room.

 

 

Bradshaw snagged Plax's 'Madden 08' rather than holdout for a better contract so he could buy one of his own. Now he's got to do the time.

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Yeah all it is is repercussions for some reason where he violated parole. While he apparently did something it wasn't as bad as trashing his team to get traded or beating up some kid asking for an autograph.
Or by running a dog fighting ring or getting people shot and crippled in a Las Vegas Bar

 

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If this is the only fall-out from the 'character issues' that had him slide so far down the draft then we got a fucking steal.

 

See you next month Ahmad and don't drop the soap!

 

 

Exactly. The dudes a complete stud. Get it done with Ahmad, and see you next yr when your torching defenses for 150+yds a game at will.

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  • 1 month later...

Update, he won't face any punishment.

 

 

Bradshaw not going to be fined by league

 

Giants running back Ahmad Bradshaw will not be fined or suspended by the league for the incident that landed him in jail last month and will land him in jail again after the season.

 

A league source confirmed what was reported a little while ago on the NFL Network, that the league has determined that whatever it was that Bradshaw did to violate his probation, it occurred prior to the start of his NFL career. As a result, it is not subject to punishment under the NFL’s personal conduct policy.

 

That lends a little more credence to the story floated by several sources familiar with the situation that the incident was actually the one in 2006 when he was at Marshall and stole a PlayStation from someone in his dorm. He received two years probation for that, but those sources say he was also supposed to receive 30 (or 60) days in jail because his conviction was a violation of a previous probation – one that occurred when he was a juvenile.

 

Apparently, according to those sources, during the Giants’ Super Bowl run when the Bradshaw story was retold, someone realized the oversight and Bradshaw’s sentence was handed down. So why didn’t they all just say that, rather than seal the documents and huddle under the cone of silence while Bradshaw was hung out to dry in front of a public that simply believed he was a bad kid who screwed up again? Perhaps because the authorities down in Virginia didn’t want anyone to know they screwed up.

 

Of course, all of that is unconfirmed. The Bristol (Va.) Herald-Courier is still suing to have Bradshaw’s records unsealed, and a decision in that case could come as early as today.

 

http://www.nydailynews.com/blogs/giants/20...o-be-fined.html

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