Bengals Wide Receiver To Face Traffic Offenses

CINCINNATI (AP) - Chris Henry gets another day in court.
The Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver is set to appear in a
Hamilton County courtroom this afternoon to face three traffic

The 23-year-old player is no stranger to courtrooms, since he
was arrested four times between December 2005 and June 2006. He was
suspended by the N-F-L without pay for the first half of the 2007
season for his past legal problems and bad behavior.

Cincinnati police ticketed Henry on March 25th for driving on a
suspended license, failing to use turn signals and a seat-belt
violation, court records show.

Henry could get 88 days in a Kentucky jail for a probation
violation if found guilty. He pleaded guilty January 25th to
providing alcohol to minors and was sentenced to 90 days in Kenton
County, Kentucky. He only served two days in jail, with the rest of
his time to be served on probation. The traffic problems could
trigger a violation of that probation.