Vick facing two-month confinement
RICHMOND, Va. -- Even though Michael Vick is leaving prison this week, he won't exactly be a free man.
For two months, the suspended NFL star will be largely confined to his Hampton home and will wear an electronic monitor that allows federal probation officials to track his movements.
He will be allowed to go to his full-time construction job and will likely be allowed about five hours a week for other court-approved activities, according to Ed Bales, managing director of Federal ...
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