Bond is reduced in strip club case

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But man accused of trying to run over Pacer likely will stay in jail until trial * Video: Bond cut for man in Pacer fight Dreyer & Reinbold Infiniti Check out our great selection of quality pre-owned autos! ...
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Sandy01

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#1
Oct 18, 2006
 
Isn't this blown a little bit out of proportion. If grown men want to fight outside a strip club at 3:00 in the morning who the hell cares.
Lowering the bond

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#2
Oct 18, 2006
 
I do not think that the bond should have been lowered to $30,000 he should have to stay in jail until he goes to trial and then be shipped off to prison once he is convicted
beverly tarrant

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#3
Oct 18, 2006
 
this would be a very good oportunity to have Jackson do some beneficial community service. Put him on a short leash but get some benefits. Jail would cost the community, service should be profit. Not just some decorative service. Time in the community. Nine to five work. For once, show the youth "sports stars" are not exempt for responsibility.
Baby Bop

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#4
Oct 18, 2006
 
This is really been blown out we have worst matter here in indy thank God no one was hurt Jackson might be professional basket ball player yes he was wrong if he kick an disable person so where is his rights i feel he fire the gun in the air just to frighten off the situation
Kim

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#5
Oct 18, 2006
 
As a professional basketball player he should know better. Just another low life. What kind of an example does this set? I sure would not want to be near such a bad example of a "professional." Loser.
Tom Hartzler

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#6
Oct 18, 2006
 
Jackson brought a gun to a fist fight his companions instigated and a man hits Jackson with a car in self-defense so he gets a higher bond.

Yeah, that sounds equitable???
Binnap

Cincinnati, OH

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#7
Oct 18, 2006
 
Has anyone thought about how the altercation actually started? As a friend of a Pacer and other NFL players around the league I must stand up for them. There are alot of stupid people out there that want to start something with these people just because of their profession. Jackson was not exactly innocent but I would bet that part of the reason he did was for some kind of self protection.
that was stupid

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#8
Oct 19, 2006
 
girl boo try again

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