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Ty Law
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Football Player
    (February 10, 1974- )
    Cornerback for the New England Patriots (1995-2004), New York Jets (2005) and Kansas City Chiefs (2006-2007), New York Jets (2008) and Denver Broncos (2009)
    Ironically, he thinks he's above the law.
    US Customs found several ecstasy pills in his bag when leaving Canada in December, 2000.
    He was arrested on April 19, 2004 for fleeing from the cops after a routine traffic stop in Miami Beach, FL.
    When the cops caught him, he said 'don't touch me, I'm a professional athlete.'
    A police spokesman said of Law, 'He decided that he's above the law and he's not and that's why he was arrested.'
    For a while, he played with safety Lawyer Milloy.
    His arrest is good fodder for late night comedians.
    He's considered one of the best cornerbacks in the NFL.
    He's always near the league lead in interceptions.
    His play helped the Patriots win 2 Super Bowls.
    He fought the law and 'the Law' lost!

Credit: Joe Fernandez

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