Marcus Vick Pleads Guilty to Virginia DUI

Marcus Vick entered a guilty plea in Norfolk Court to several criminal charges, including driving under the influence in Virginia.

Vick, 24, was arrested last June after briefly evading a bicycle patrol that had responded to a quarrel. Vick pleaded guilty to Virginia DUI, eluding police and driving on the wrong side of the road. The judge did not sentence Vick to jail but did suspend his license for one-year and ordered him to pay a $530 fine.

Vick is a former quarterback for Virginia Tech, though he was dismissed from the team in 2006 after a series of problems. He is the younger brother of former Virginia Tech and Atlanta Falcon quarterback Michael Vick, who is currently in jail on federal charges associated with a dog fighting operation.

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