Jack's Day in Court
Jack pleaded innocent to a probation violation today.
Here is the Detroit version of the story.
His attorney, James Burdick, said Jackson pleaded not guilty "because he is not guilty."
Also, TrueHoop.com mentions correctly that this trial has nothing to do with the guilt or innocence of Jack regarding the Club Rio incident. The prosecutor talked pretty tough when the incident went down, although I'm not sure if that had anything to do with election year posturing or not. I guess we'll find out in late January when Jack returns for the trial. The probation violation could result in up to 93 days in jail.