Michael Vick released from prison, home confinement next

May 20, 2009

(ChattahBox) — Michael Vick was released at from the Leavenworth, Kan. penitentiary he was sentenced to, and will serve out the remaining two months of his twenty-three month sentence at his home, according to reports.

He’s due to return to Virginia later this week to begin serving the final two months of his sentence under home confinement at a home he owns in Hampton.

Vick is serving the remainder of his sentence at home due to lack of space in a halfway house.

The ex-Atlanta Falcon QB, will be electronically monitored and confined to his home unless authorized to leave by his probation officer. He will work full-time at a local construction company, where he will make $10 hourly. Permissible activities for inmates on home confinement typically include medical appointments, religious obligations and meetings with probation officials.

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One Response to “Michael Vick released from prison, home confinement next”

  1. Amanda on May 20th, 2009 6:13 pm

    What Vick did was horrendous – I can’t believe that some sports reporters are defending him, especially Litke

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