Court date set for former Auburn star Nick Fairley
A court date of July 31st has been set for former Auburn standout Nick Fairley resulting from a charge of 2nd-degree marijuana possession. Police allegedly found a small amount of marijuana in Fairley's vehicle after a traffic stop on April 4.
Fairley's attorney, Sidney Harrell, Jr., was in court this morning but did not enter a plea.
Original story is here.
The report explains that Fairley has passed a drug test since his arrest and is in the first step of an NFL substance abuse program. Since this was his first misdemeanor possession arrest (as an adult--juvenile records are sealed in Alabama), Fairley is likely going to see his case get dropped.