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Irsay Set for Change of Plea Hearing in OWI Case

It appears Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay has reached a plea deal in his impaired driving case.

No details of the deal have been released. Irsay will appear in court for a change of plea hearing on Tuesday, September 2nd. He had been scheduled for trial on October 30th.

"I cannot provide any details of -- or even verify the existence of -- an agreement unless and until one would be tendered to the Court at such a hearing," said Andre Miksha with the Hamilton County Prosecutor's Office.

This is the second time the Hamilton County Prosecutor has released details of Irsay's charges and court proceedings in the late afternoon of a holiday weekend. On the Friday prior to Memorial Day, it was released that Irsay would not face any felony charges.

The NFL has yet to make an announcement on any punishment Irsay will face.

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