Mike Goodson was back in court yesterday morning, but nothing was resolved related to the Jets running back’s arrest last month on drugs and weapons charges. In a brief pre-trial hearing, which lasted less than a minute, at Morris County Superior Court in Morristown, N.J., the case was sent to the grand jury. A trial date has yet to be set, Morris County assistant prosecutor Peter Foy said. Foy said during hearing the “investigation is ongoing.” Goodson’s attorney, Al Gellene, declined comment as he whisked Goodson out of the court room. Foy declined to comment directly on the case, other than to say, “there is no typical at this point.” The next step is either a trial or a plea bargain, Foy said. Goodson was arrested along with a friend Garant Evans after they were found in a car stopped on Interstate 80 in Denville, N.J. Both were charged with marijuana possession, possession of drug paraphernalia and weapons offenses that included a 45-caliber semi-automatic handgun with hollow-point bullets found in the vehicle.
Goodson case sent to grand jury
New York Post | Jun 13