Chris Brown Cops Plea Bargain

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Chris Brown Cops Plea Bargain
Chris Brown Cops Plea Bargain
Chris Brown Cops Plea Bargain
Chris Brown Cops Plea Bargain
Chris Brown Cops Plea Bargain
Chris Brown Cops Plea Bargain
Chris Brown Cops Plea Bargain
Chris Brown Cops Plea Bargain
Chris Brown Cops Plea Bargain
Chris Brown Cops Plea Bargain
Chris Brown is off the hook. The singer just escaped jail time thanks to his lawyer Mark Geragos, and will instead serve 5 years of probation.

Hollyscoop was at the court house where Chris plead guilty for felony assault. The outcome of the plea bargain is:
  • Supervised probation for 5 years.
  • 180 days of community labor, like graffiti cleanup in his hometown of Virginia.
  • He must report back to court every three months for his supervised probation.
  • He must also enroll in a domestic violence counseling program, which will most likely be 52 sessions. One session per week.
  • Judge issued a stay away order, which means he must stay at least 50 yards away from Rihanna, and he is not allowed to contact her.
  • Chris is ordered to return back to court on August 5th.
  • Rihanna was advised of the agreement in the district attorney's office at 12pm today, and didn't object to any of it.
  • According to Rihanna's lawyer, Rihanna didn't testify today because the plea bargain was reached before the preliminary hearing.
  • Rihanna will most likely agree to have the protective order reduced to a level one on August 5th as long as Chris does not annoy or harass her until that hearing.
  • The probation office in Virginia will give Chris options for his community labor, which will then have to be approved by a court in California.
  • Rihanna should not contact Chris, because if she contacted him, it would be a violation of his order.

Do you think Chris' sentence was fair? Is 5 years probation equivalent to the crime?
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