Former Virginia Tech quarterback Marcus Vick has resolved his recent legal problems, pleading guilty to disorderly conduct charges in one court and speeding and driving without a valid driver's license in another. As part of his guilty plea of disorderly conduct, prosecutors dropped three counts of brandishing a firearm against Vick.
In January, three days after being kicked off the Virginia Tech team, Vick was charged with pulling a gun on three teenagers during an altercation in a McDonald's parking lot.
Prosecutors said Monday that "seriously conflicting evidence" on the gun charges led to the plea deal.
Vick was sentenced to six months in jail and a $500 fine. However, his jail time was suspended on condition of good behavior for one year.