The second man charged in connection with a ring of fake Brett Favre autographs appears in a Green Bay courtroom.
The case against members of a local but productive ring of fraudulent Brett Favre autographs appears to be wrapping up.
Just a few of weeks after the man who sold them was convicted and sentenced, the printer charged with creating them waived his right to a preliminary hearing. Paul Vidani is charged with five felony counts.
Favre and other athletes have begun protecting their signature through deals with autograph companies like the one founded by Cal Ripken Jr., Ironclad Authentics, LLC.