LAS VEGAS (AP) - Authorities in Las Vegas say Tennessee Titans
cornerback Adam "Pacman" Jones won't have to appear in court
until October to face charges in a strip club melee that preceded a
Jones' lawyer, Robert Langford, says he made an initial
appearance on Jones' behalf yesterday, while representing a woman
charged with Jones and Jones' bodyguard in the February 19th
Langford says Las Vegas Justice of the Peace Tony Abbatangelo
waived a scheduled Monday court date and set an October 29th
preliminary hearing for Jones, Sadia Morrison and Robert Reid.
No one has been charged in a shooting that occurred outside the
club minutes after the brawl inside.
Jones faces two felony charges of coercion stemming from
allegations he threatened to kill club employees and that he bit a
The former West Virginia standout faces a maximum of 12 years in
prison and a ten-thousand dollars fine if convicted.
He has been suspended for the upcoming N-F-L season for