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Fri, 11 Aug 2006 18:59:38 -0700
The Associated Press reports former New York Giants DT Keith Hamilton was sentenced Friday, Aug. 11, to three years of probation for beating his son. Police say Hamilton hit his son with an electric cord and surge protector, picked him up by his throat and elbowed him in the chest Feb. 1 after seeing poor grades on a report card. Hamilton's lawyer, Steven A. Varano, said afterward, "This was not a case, in my opinion, of abuse or neglect."
Wed, 19 Apr 2006 08:49:44 -0700
Peggy Wright, of the Daily Record, reports former New York Giants DL Keith Hamilton admitted he used excessive corporal punishment on his 12-year-old son in February by beating the boy with an electrical cord because he got a poor report card at his private school. Hamilton will avoid any time in jail for his plea to a third-degree charge of endangering the welfare of his son Feb. 1 at his home in Montville, New Jersey. He is already serving a probationary sentence in Morris County, New Jersey, for a drug offense. His plea new bargain calls for him to be sentenced in June to three additional years of probation, anger management and parenting counseling.
Fri, 03 Feb 2006 09:13:42 -0800
Sarah N. Lynch, of the Daily Record, reports former New York Giants DT Keith Hamilton was arrested at his home early Friday morning Feb. 3, after police signed two complaints against him, alleging that he repeatedly struck a 12-year-old child with an electrical cord. The complaints accuse Hamilton of committing aggravated assault by attempting to cause bodily harm to the child. The complaint also states that Hamilton endangered the welfare of a child at the time of the incident. Bail was set by Judge Joseph Falcone in the amount of $50,000.
Tue, 25 May 2004 11:07:30 -0700
The Associated Press reports former NFL DL Keith Hamilton has pleaded guilty to cocaine possession. Hamilton, who retired from the New York Giants in Feb. 2004, pleaded guilty to possession of about one gram of the drug and faces up to six months in jail.
Fri, 06 Feb 2004 09:34:59 -0800
Michael Eisen, of Giants.com, reports New York Giants DT Keith Hamilton has announced his retirement from the NFL. Hamilton spent his entire 12-year career with the Giants and played in 173 games. During his career he was credited with 526 tackles, including 376 solo tackles and 63.0 sacks.
Wed, 10 Dec 2003 06:18:13 -0800
The Associated Press reports New York Giants DT Keith Hamilton is considering retiring after this season. If head coach Jim Fassel is fired, Hamilton isn't sure he will fit into the new coach's plan. "I've always said I didn't want anybody running me out of town, talking about his skills are diminishing or he can't do what he used to do,'' Hamilton said. "That's not the way I want to go out. I wasn't foolish with my money. I saved my money for when that time came when I could not do some of the things I'm accustomed to being able to do, so I could say goodbye.'' Hamilton said he won't discuss his future until the last week of the season.
Fri, 07 Nov 2003 14:52:29 -0800
New York Giants DT Keith Hamilton (ankle) practiced on Friday, Nov. 7, and is expected to play in Week 10.
Fri, 07 Nov 2003 07:27:18 -0800
Updating previous reports, Margaret McHugh, of the Star-Ledger, reports New York Giants DT Keith Hamilton rejected a plea bargain on Thursday, Nov. 6, for the charges of cocaine possession he faces. By rejecting the plea deal, Hamilton denies his guilt, and will not face any penalties from the NFL this season. The NFL does not discipline players until they are proven guilty. Hamilton was indicted on Thursday, Nov. 6, but the case probably won't start for several months. When asked if he rejected the plea to make sure no verdict would be made until after the season, Hamilton said : "Those are (other people's) opinions. They're entitled to their feelings."
Wed, 05 Nov 2003 11:55:27 -0800
Giants.com reports the New York Giants have listed DT Keith Hamilton (ankle) as probable for Sunday's, Nov. 9, game against the Atlanta Falcons.
Mon, 27 Oct 2003 13:59:01 -0800
With New York Giants DT Cornelius Griffin (ankle) to miss the next few weeks, expect Giants DTs Lance Legree and Keith Hamilton to get the bulk of the action.
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