On Tuesday morning, a court clerk at the Mobile Municipal Court announced that the hearing for Detroit Lions defensive tackle Nick Fairley has been delayed until Nov. 27 at 9 a.m. rather than it's original date of July 31.
Fairley was originally arrested for second-degree possession of marijuana on April 3, when his neighbors phoned in a complaint that he was speeding up and down the street.
In addition, he has another court date tentatively set for Aug. 14 in Mobile County District Court stemming from his early morning arrest on May 27 when he was charged with driving under the influence of alcohol, reckless driving and attempting to evade police after reportedly driving past an Alabama State Trooper driving around 100 miles per hour in his automobile.
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