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Former Aggie quarterback Reggie McNeal plans to challenge marijuana charge

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Posted: Monday, December 24, 2012 12:00 am

Former Texas A&M quarterback Reggie McNeal said Monday that he plans to challenge a marijuana charge filed against him after a Sunday night traffic stop.

“I’m getting a lawyer and I’m going to fight this,” McNeal told The Eagle after being released from the Brazos County Jail Monday morning.

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5 comments:

  • Sabio posted at 8:08 am on Thu, Dec 27, 2012.

    Sabio Posts: 1708

    malcolmkyle - do you feel the same way about the gun prohibitionists?

     
  • Sabio posted at 8:07 am on Thu, Dec 27, 2012.

    Sabio Posts: 1708

    Got news for you Reggie....if you keep company with people who conduct illegal activities, it DOES reflect on your character.

     
  • CarolR posted at 2:13 am on Thu, Dec 27, 2012.

    CarolR Posts: 1

    Prosecutors 95% of the time will try to plea bargain because they can't get a jury to convict people for simple marijuana possession. If you demand a jury trial, more than likely your case will be dismissed.

     
  • prairiegirl posted at 7:33 am on Wed, Dec 26, 2012.

    prairiegirl Posts: 625

    Amen Malcolm! I hope Mr. McNeal not only wins but finishes his degree and gets a great coaching job in the future!

     
  • malcolmkyle posted at 4:59 am on Tue, Dec 25, 2012.

    malcolmkyle Posts: 6

    Prohibitionists literally don't give a d@@@ about the welfare of individual citizens. That's you, me, and everyone you care about. They don't even care when their failed policy puts their own families in danger by destroying the economy and bank-rolling criminals and terrorists. The prohibitionist onslaught appears to be simply a war directed at all of us.

    America, it is time to wake up! Prohibition is a cultural and economic assault on your money, on your careers, on your ability to put food on the table, have shelter, cloth yourself, and even survive or self-medicate. The fiscal cliff isn't the crisis—Prohibitionist control over America's politics and government is!

    During alcohol prohibition, all profits went to enrich criminals and corrupt politicians. Young men died every day on inner-city streets while battling over turf. A fortune was wasted on enforcement that could have gone on education, etc. On top of the budget-busting prosecution and incarceration costs, billions in taxes were lost. Finally, the economy collapsed. Sound familiar?

    Prohibitionists, and their criminal friends who live in a crack-house called Congress, are having a ball and it's all on our tab.