Alabama's Castille Found Guilty on Disorderly Conduct Charge

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (AP) - A Tuscaloosa judge yesterday found Alabama senior football player Simeon Castille guilty "beyond a reasonable doubt" on a charge of disorderly conduct.

The conviction stemmed from an incident on The Strip in Tuscaloosa over the summer. It calls for Castille to pay a fine of $150, plus $300 in court costs.

Castille's lawyer, Thomas King, said he would appeal to Tuscaloosa Circuit Court.

City prosecutors it could be up to a year before a jury trial.