Two men, Reginald Oakley, and Joseph Sweeting, were killed in a fight between rapper Chino Nino's entourage, and Baltimore Ravens Pro Bowl linebacker Ray Lewis and two other men.
Lewis and his companions were arrested and indicted for homicide as well as aggravated assault in 2000, but in exchange for testimony against his companions, Lewis' homicide charges were later dismissed, and replaced with "obstruction of justice" charges.
Lewis did not serve any time in prison, but was sentenced to 12 months of probation. He was also fined $250,000 by the NFL, but he was never convicted of homicide.
The two companions, Reginald Oakley, and Joseph Sweeting were both tried for the deaths of Baker and Lollar, but were both acquitted in June of 2000.
Next weekend may be Lewis' final weekend in the NFL (having announced his planned retirement last week); he and his team will be facing the New England Patriots.