Chris Simms loses bid in pot case
NEW YORK -- Tennessee Titans backup quarterback Chris Simms can't keep the admissions police say he made about smoking marijuana from being used in his drugged-driving case, a judge ruled Tuesday.
Simms' statements were obtained legally, and police were justified in stopping and arresting him early on July 1, Manhattan state Supreme Court Justice Charles Solomon ruled.
Simms, a son of former New York Giants quarterback Phil Simms, and his lawyers were excused from a court appearance ...
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