After Jail, Michael Vick Gets Home Confinement

Michael Vick

Imprisoned Atlanta Hawks quarterback Michael Vick will get to serve out the rest of his prison sentence under home confinement when he’s released from prison later this Spring.

Vick was to be moved into a halfway house within days, but the home confinement decision was made after prison officials weren’t able to find room for him in a halfway house. Vick will instead be allowed to return home in late May where he’ll wear an electronic monitoring devise and be required to regularly check in with a probation officer.

Vick is serving a 23-month sentence at the federal penitentiary in Leavenworth, Kansas for bankrolling a dog-fighting ring and participating in the killing of several dogs.

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