There's more legal problems for NFL quarterback Michael Vick.
A Virginia prosecutor now plans to seek dogfighting indictments against Vick.
District Attorney Gerald Poindexter said he will present a host of bills of indictment regarding the case to a grand jury.
Vick already faces one to five years in prison after pleading guilty in August to a federal dogfighting conspiracy charge.
As part of the plea agreement with federal prosecutors, Vick admitted he participated in a dog fighting conspiracy.
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