Michael Vick is not following the road to his redemption.
He tested positive for marijuana in a urine sample submitted on September 13. As part of his pretrial release, Vick agreed to “refrain from use or unlawful possession of a narcotic drug or other controlled substance.”
A probation officer petitioned Judge Henry E. Hudson for stricter conditions for Vick on Monday.
Hudson ordered in court documents that Vick submit to any method of testing, “for determining whether the defendant is using a prohibited substance.” The testing may be done randomly and include urine testing and the wearing of a sweat patch.
Vick is also confined to his Virginia residence every day from 10 p.m. to 6 a.m. He will wear an electronic monitoring device, which he will be responsible for paying for. In addition, Vick must continue in a substance therapy program and participate in mental health counseling.