Tyson Wins Appeal to Leave Solitary Confinement, Have Privileges Restored After Jail Outburst

March 1999
Jet;03/15/99, Vol. 95 Issue 15, p51
Announces that former heavyweight boxing champion Mike Tyson was removed from solitary confinement and had his privileges restored after he appealed a disciplinary ruling at the Montgomery County (MD) Detention Center where he threw a television set. Comments from his lawyer, Paul Kemp; Why Tyson was given a one-year sentence.


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