Judge tightens restrictions for Packers' Jolly

May 21, 2010 10:47:03 AM PDT
Green Bay Packers defensive end Johnny Jolly is facing tougher restrictions for being free on bond on a drug charge after his photograph appeared on a flyer advertising a party at a Houston nightclub. State District Judge Mike Anderson amended the conditions of Jolly's bond during a court hearing Friday. A prosecutor said he learned the football player had been frequenting nightclubs since his 2008 arrest outside a Houston club for illegally possessing at least 200 grams of codeine.

While Jolly's bond does not stop him from going to nightclubs, it forbids drug and alcohol use.

Anderson ordered additional drug testing for Jolly, an evaluation by a drug counselor and a curfew. Jolly also was told to stay out of nightclubs.


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