"If he gets charged with anything, it would be a misdemeanor. In my opinion,
there's nothing about this case that's a felony," said Huntley Johnson,
Easley's attorney. "But I would not be surprised at the end of the day if he
weren't charged with anything."
Thursday, October 27, 2011
The beauty of having your best booster as the local prosecutor
After getting his ass whupped by Alabama, Florida DL Dominique Easley had a little energy left over, and decided to take it out on a former Crimson Tide DB. An investigation in to Easley actions resulted in, shockingly, the state's attorney's office threatening the attacked with charges. Considering the familiar names that are associated with every criminal act by any Gator in the Gainesville area, both for (Johnson) and against (Cervone), is it any wonder Miles always expected the charges to ultimately be dropped. And we wonder why our team seems to get so many charges compared to our SEC competitors.
It wouldn't shock us either Huntley, it never does.