Found January 17, 2013 on Diehardsport:
This is probably the dumbest possible thing that this Judge could have done in this situation.Judge Lee Johnson’s Facebook post reads:“Too funny. So it seems that a certain unnamed (very) recent Heisman Trophy winner from a certain unnamed “college” down south of here got a gift from the Ennis P.D. while he was speeding on the 287 bypass yesterday. It appears even though the OU defense couldn’t stop him, the City of Ennis P.D. is a different story altogether. Time to grow up/slow down young ‘un. You got your whole life/career ahead of you. Gig Em indeed.”Johnson then commented on post saying, “I meant to say ‘allegedly’ speeding, my bad.”Texas A&M met with Johnny Manziel and his parents after the casino and Dallas Nightclub incidents and told him to try to keep a lower profile and that he needed to stay out of the spotlight.  Mainly because he was doing things that would be viewed as a negative by the public.  Getting pulled over for speeding would not fit the description of what Texas A&M wanted.That being said, his ticket will be thrown out now that the Judge posted about the case on his Facebook page, which then made it onto Twitter and Reddit.  The Judge won’t be disbarred, but he might have a hard time running for re-election.  For those of you that don’t know, most Judge’s in the state of Texas are elected, only a few are appointed.  Judge Johnson resides in Ennis, Texas and interestingly enough is a Baylor Alumnus.  Looks like Johnny Football caught another break, this kid is living the dream.[@Ranger222]
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