Chargers' Jackson Pleads Guilty To 2009 DUI Charge
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San Diego Chargers wide receiver Vincent Jackson pleaded guilty Monday to a DUI charge from January 2009, according to the San Diego City Attorney's Office.Because it was his second DUI conviction, Jackson also likely will be subject to the NFL's personal conduct policy and could face at least a one-game suspension next season. Jackson was on probation for pleading guilty to a 2006 DUI charge prior to the January 2009 arrest.According to the city attorney's office, Jackson was given the standard sentence for a DUI with one prior -- five years probation, with 96 hours in custody.Additionally, Jackson will have to attend a Mothers Against Drunk Driving class, pay a $2,408 fine and participate in a multiple conviction program, the city attorney's office said.Jackson will also have to abide by standard alcohol conditions set forth by the court and take part in 10 days of public work service.Judge David Danielsen said, "We are going to treat him like everyone else."Jackson is scheduled to be arraigned March 2 for driving with a suspended license prior to the team's playoff game against the Jets in January.