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Thursday, January 8, 2009

Quinton Jackson Joins The Ranks Of Ashley Fliehr

Earlier today, "Rampage" pleaded guilty to charges of felony evading-police and misdemeanor reckless-driving, for his part in whatever happened back in July.

As a result of copping to that, Jackson will have one-year to serve two-hundred-hours of community service, seek mental-health counseling, and pay restitution for damaged vehicles.

If, before, January 7, 2010, (when he is officially sentenced) Jackson completes all of the above, felony charges will most likely be dropped.

A civil conviction, should Holli Griggs (shortly after her vehicle was struck by Jackson's, she lost her unborn child) decide to pursue it, could be much easier to obtain, as a result of today's criminal conviction.