MUSKEGON, Mich. (AP) - A Muskegon defense lawyer who previously had his law license suspended following a conviction for crack cocaine has pleaded guilty to new cocaine charges.
Fifty-five-year-old Terry Nolan was arrested in February and was scheduled for trial Wednesday in Muskegon County Circuit Court but instead pleaded guilty to using cocaine. Sentencing is July 24.
Defense lawyer Ed Anderson tells the Grand Haven Tribune (http://bit.ly/12VJiXs) that there were no plea or sentencing deals. The charges can bring up to 2 years' imprisonment.
A cocaine bust in 2003 cost Nolan his law license, which he regained in 2009. His license has been suspended since his arrest.