OWINGS MILLS -- Corey Fuller's confident prediction about the outcome of his gambling and firearms trial came true.<br><br> The Baltimore Ravens' veteran cornerback was acquitted by a Tallahassee, Fla., jury Saturday of all three gambling and firearms charges. He had been accused of running high-stakes card games at his home called "Georgia Skins."
January 30, 2005
OWINGS MILLS -- During opening arguments in the gambling and firearms trial of Baltimore Ravens cornerback Corey Fuller, his lawyer told a jury Thursday that Fuller was unfairly targeted because he's a celebrity.<br><br> Fuller, 33, was arrested nine months ago after law enforcement officials raided his Tallahassee, Fla., home and broke up a poker game with pots containing thousands of dollars. Florida state law only allows card players to gamble up to $10 a hand.
January 27, 2005
OWINGS MILLS -- Jury selection began Monday in the gambling trial of Baltimore Ravens veteran cornerback Corey Fuller.<br><br> Fuller, 33, is accused of running a high-stakes poker game out of his home in Tallahassee, Fla., and was arrested nine months ago. The charge is a third-degree felony punishable by a maximum five-year sentence and a $5,000 fine if prosecutors convict Fuller in a case presided over by circuit judge Kathleen Dekker.
January 24, 2005