September 26, 2007
A federal judge has placed tighter restrictions on Michael Vick Wednesday 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 today in federal court.
Vick was indicted yesterday on state charges related to a dogfighting ring operated on his Surry County, Virginia, property. He pleaded guilty to dogfighting conspiracy charges in federal court last month and is scheduled for sentencing in December.
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