• Bryan Thomas enters pre-trial intervention program to settle pending criminal charges

    Summary of 3 articles · Updated Feb 12, 2013
    Jets linebacker Bryan Thomas has resolved criminal assault and drug possession charges by entering into a pre-trial intervention program. Jets veteran linebacker Bryan Thomas was accepted into Morris County’s Pre-Trial Intervention program Monday after he was arrested for assaulting his wife and possession of marijuana in October, according to multiple reports. When it comes to Monday’s placement of Jets linebacker Bryan Thomas in a pre-trial intervention program aimed at resolving charges of domestic assault and drug possession, the NFL tells PFT that the case will be reviewed under both the personal conduct policy and the substance abuse policy. Even though the matter will be expunged from Thomas’s record if he complies with the terms of the intervention program, the NFL surely will review the case under the league’s personal-conduct policy and the substance-abuse policy. If Thomas completes the 100 hours of community service, pays $1,200 in fines and passes drug, alcohol and domestic violence counseling all charges will be dismissed. He also was charged with possessing less than 50 grams of marijuana, drug paraphernalia, and 20 hydrocodone tablets not in a prescription bottle.
    • Jets mum on Bryan Thomas case

      When it comes to Monday’s placement of Jets linebacker Bryan Thomas in a pre-trial intervention program aimed at resolving charges of domestic assault and drug possession, the NFL tells PFT that the case will be reviewed under both the personal conduct

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