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Buccaneers CB Richard Sherman pleads guilty to two misdemeanor charges stemming from his wild domestic disturbance last summer

Richard Sherman avoids jail time
Richard Sherman avoids jail time, by pleading guilty to two misdemeanor charges.

Richard Sherman plead guilty to first degree negligent driving and second degree criminal trespassing. If you remember, Richard Sherman was arrested back in July after police said he crashed his SUV in a construction zone, and tried to break into his in-laws home.

Richard Sherman will not serve anytime in jail for his plea. The entire disruption was caught on camera, we posted the video in an article back in July.

Sherman said he was deeply remorseful and also admitted to speeding in the construction zone.

Sherman will have to pay 825 dollars in legal fees and 500 dollars for speeding in the construction zone. He will be under court supervision for the next two years though.

Richard will have to pay for any damages to his in-laws home as well. He got off pretty easy to be honest.

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