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- Jamal Lewis to Get 4-6 Months

Chris Pokorny October 2, 2004
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Baltimore Ravens running back Jamal Lewis will likely serve four to six months in prison as a plea-bargain agreement in his drug conspiracy case. At the moment, Lewis will not be serving the term until after the season is over.

Jamal Lewis was accused of helping a cocaine deal for his childhood friend, Angelo Jackson, during the summer of 2000. Jamal Lewis is scheduled to go on trial starting in the beginning of November, but he still plans not to miss any games.


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