Like a parent admonishing a child, Harris County, Texas District Judge Denise Bradley in effect told Green Bay Packers defensive lineman Johnny Jolly on Thursday, if you do this just ONE more time, you're REALLY gonna be in trouble. The 28 year old somehow avoided prison time after pleading guilty to drug posession charges and was placed on five years probation. Jolly was sentenced on charges stemming from a 2008 case when he was arrested outside a Houston nightclub with at least 200 grams of codeine in his car. Police say the prescription only codeine syrup, mixed with fruit flavored soda, creates a street drug called Purple Drank or syzzurp. Jolly was originally placed on probation for that charge and was picked up again in March when after a routine traffic stop, police found even more, up to 600 grams of codeine in his car. As part of the plea bargain, the most recent charge was dismissed by Judge Bradley who also ruled the 2008 conviction will be removed from his record if he stays out of trouble. Bradley warned Jolly if he violates any terms of the probation, she will send him to prison. Jolly could have received up to 20 years behind bars. Conditions of the probation include not being allowed to go to bars or nightclubs, no drinking or drug use. He must also enroll in a 90 day, inpatient drug treatment program. Jolly will check in Monday to the Wellness and Aftercare Program of Houston, run by former NBA player John Lucas, himself a recovered drug and alcohol abuser. Jolly was suspended without pay for the entire 2010 season by NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell, missing out on the Packers Super Bowl championship. His lawyer hopes he can be reinstated by the league after his drug treatment program is completed. While the Packers have not commented on the Jolly case, it's very unlikely he'll ever don a Green Bay uniform again. Jolly is very fortunate he's not heading to jail and it's clear he needs help, hopefully he'll turn his life around in the next three months.