July 19, 2003

Justice gets Probation, Fine

USC Sophomore OT Winston Justice was put on 3 years probation and fined $300 after pleading no contest to a misdemeanor charge of solicitation of a prostitute.

It is unclear what, if any, punishment he will receive from USC Football Coach Pete Carroll, but fans are speculating on anything from no punishment to up to a 2 game suspension.

"It will be handled internally," Carroll said. "It's not something to be commented on publicly."

Justice was a Freshman All-America at USC last year and expectations are high after being considered part of the best pair of bookend tackles in America with teammate Jacob Rogers by several college football publications.

Justice was arrested June 24, and news of the arrest broke three days later.

Story compiled from Los Angeles Times article.

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