Yes. It's hard to imagine any other outcome. The charges are serious, and the evidence against Vick presented at trial will be nasty. The government's case includes evidence that Vick and his cohorts "tested" pit bulls for ferocity. If the dogs failed the test, the indictment charges, they were executed by hanging or drowning. In one case, with Vick present, the indictment says a dog was slammed to the ground until it was dead. In another incident, a dog was soaked with a hose and then electrocuted. Those aren't the sort of transgressions that lead to probation and community service. It's the kind of behavior that results in punishment, and the punishment will be jail time.
In 2002 80,424 people were charged in Federal Courts. 71,798 were convicted. 53,682 saw jail time. Corresponding rates of conviction and jail time are 89.2% and 66.7% respectively, though the latter is probably low in Vick's case, given the nature of the crime.
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