Stephen Jackson trial moved to May

Stephen Jackson trial moved to May

There are 27 comments on the The Indianapolis Star story from Apr 10, 2007, titled Stephen Jackson trial moved to May. In it, The Indianapolis Star reports that:

The trial for Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Jackson, accused of shooting a gun during a fight at an Indianapolis strip club, has been moved to May 10, the prosecutor's office said Tuesday.

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MiroArt

Redford, MI

#1 Apr 10, 2007
Stay out of the clubs on May 10 !! Jackson will be in town so keep your head low to avoid the bullets.
Way to go bird

United States

#3 Apr 10, 2007
Jackson may be a thug, but sending him and Harringto to GS for pathetic Dunleavy and Murphy was 1 of the worse trades I have ever seen. That trade took away 2 of our 3 best players and in return we got 2 guys who shouldnt be starters in the NBA. Pacers are a mess and will be for a long time. THANKS BIRD
Bad Seed

Bloomington, IN

#4 Apr 10, 2007
"Symons did not know why."

Here is why...the basketball season will be over and he won't miss out on any pay checks. How convenient!

Can I get my murder trial pushed back to 2065. Gee, thanks.
David Smith

Indianapolis, IN

#5 Apr 10, 2007
You know it really grinds my gears to see the courts systems give into these pro players by allowing them to finish their season before pursuing the charges against them.
Waste of money

Indianapolis, IN

#6 Apr 10, 2007
I realize this guy is rich, privileged, talented (well maybe), and no dough violated at least one if not a few laws that night. All that being said, why are we wasting money on taking this to trial? Even if he is found guilty all that will happen will be a fine, which I might add will not pay the expenses to date. There will be no jail time heíll walk out the same door he walked in with the same smile on his face. Now there is a possibility he will get hammered in a Detroit court of law. But that is a different story entirely and honestly does anyone really care about this now? Everyone is back in office. Mark is gone and Pacers still stink. If they do make the playoffs (good luck) it will be for a 4 and out. So letís drop the BS, drop the charges, and quit waste money on this guy. Shoot the Pacers have already wasted money on the guy. Why do the taxpayers have too?
Frank Horton

United States

#7 Apr 10, 2007
Stephen Jackson did not lead the Pacers in assist while he was here.Therefore he should be found not guilty from the club rio incident. If he had checked the tire pressure of his SUV, he wouldn't be in this mess. Having said that, I still believe in the justice system. He's Guilty.
Golden State Fan

Santa Clara, CA

#8 Apr 10, 2007
You know, I am glad he got into trouble, if he doesn't, you guys don't get him traded, we don't get rid of our duds and end up with Al and SJ.
Ron

Carmel, IN

#9 Apr 10, 2007
Why was it postponed? The season will be over won't it? Equal justice for all!
dohkay

New Britain, CT

#10 Apr 10, 2007
so he wont be in town at the end of april to turn himself in...damn.

“Always something --to say!”

Since: Apr 07

Indy

#11 Apr 10, 2007
David Smith wrote:
You know it really grinds my gears to see the courts systems give into these pro players by allowing them to finish their season before pursuing the charges against them.
Yea-- I agree... It's absolutely ridiculous...... Nice quote from Famiyl Guy by the way!!:).... Shouldn't everyone pro, government officials, etc. be treated by the same law??? Or is it just low class americans with no contacts that get treated like dirt?
Dirty Track State

United States

#12 Apr 10, 2007
Yeah, i agree with all of you maybe an African American should be in office at for the Pacers. Someone that really knows basketball, not some country fed overated white guy.

“I'll just say it”

Since: Apr 07

Indy

#13 Apr 10, 2007
On WISH TV 8 website: The NFL has suspended Pacman Jones for the entire season and Chris Henry for 8 games for violating the league's personal conduct policy. When is the NBA going to wake up and implement a personal conduct policy that players must adhere to or be suspended? Fans are losing interest in the NBA with good reason.
Golden State Fan

Santa Clara, CA

#18 Apr 10, 2007
Your loss our gain. Our loss (Dunleavy. Murphy), your gain
Frank Horton

United States

#19 Apr 10, 2007
Golden State Fan wrote:
You know, I am glad he got into trouble, if he doesn't, you guys don't get him traded, we don't get rid of our duds and end up with Al and SJ.
It's just a matter of time before he gets arrested in Oakland. He's an average player anyway. I kind of find it amusing that someone would gloat about aquiring Stephen Jackson. What is the world coming to.
Golden State Fan

Santa Clara, CA

#21 Apr 10, 2007
NBA used to be a thinking game, but because of the physical aspects/demands on the game, now its more of a run/gun league (no pun intended).

Nothing is fundamental anymore, it is exciting, it is fun to see Phoenix and Golden State, but a team like Miami or the Spurs win the title, because they have fundamental teams.

Also, the reason the team USA's performance with the world now. So, don't blame the players, they don't need to be good thinkers to play the game anymore, and we can see what that results to off the court.

I was watching Marbury conduct a TV show last week. He shouldn't talk, this guy is so out of this world, his world and ability to communicate and his own self perception of Starbury.

NBA is only going to get worse, it will not be getting any better.

But the other sports, NFL and MLB, it still requires a lot more analysis and critical thinking, hence the influx of juvenile is not there.
Ken

Indianapolis, IN

#22 Apr 10, 2007
Shel-Bel wrote:
On WISH TV 8 website: The NFL has suspended Pacman Jones for the entire season and Chris Henry for 8 games for violating the league's personal conduct policy. When is the NBA going to wake up and implement a personal conduct policy that players must adhere to or be suspended? Fans are losing interest in the NBA with good reason.
I agree. Stephen Jackson was a great player once, to bad his personality dosn't match that. I think the Pacers are through and it was these kind of players that did them in.
Ken

Indianapolis, IN

#23 Apr 10, 2007
I applaud you Larry Bird. Enough is enough!
FEED-UP

Indianapolis, IN

#24 Apr 10, 2007
Maybe Tony Dungee should be commissioner over the NBA.
Concerned

Indianapolis, IN

#25 Apr 10, 2007
Golden State Fan wrote:
You know, I am glad he got into trouble, if he doesn't, you guys don't get him traded, we don't get rid of our duds and end up with Al and SJ.
Hope you like gangsters in your city.
Frank Horton

United States

#26 Apr 10, 2007
Golden State Fan wrote:
Your loss our gain. Our loss (Dunleavy. Murphy), your gain
Hey Raider fan, good luck picking #1 in the draft.

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