BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) - An attorney for former LSU quarterback
Jordan Jefferson has entered a plea of innocent on Jefferson's
behalf to a charge of misdemeanor simple battery that stems from an
Aug. 19 fight outside a Baton Rouge bar.
An East Baton Rouge Parish grand jury indicted Jefferson Sept.
28, accusing him of simple battery on Andrew Lowery. Lowery's
attorney, Michael Bienvenu, has said Lowery suffered a fractured
jaw and was kicked unconscious.
The Advocate reports Jefferson's
attorney, Lance Unglesby, entered the plea Thursday at an
arraignment hearing. Unglesby says Jefferson was not required to