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Dez Bryant reaches plea deal on mom assault charges

Discussion in 'Fan Zone' started by DallasCowpoke, Nov 14, 2012.

  1. DallasCowpoke

    DallasCowpoke Fierce Allegiance

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    SORRY IF THIS IS A REPOST, but didn't see it anywhere or using search.

    Dez Bryant reaches plea deal on mom assault charges

    DALLAS — The Dallas County District Attorney's office says it will drop assault charges against Dallas Cowboys player Dez Bryant, but there are two stipulations.
    Bryant must agree to attend counseling sessions and stay out of trouble for a year.


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  2. RoyTheHammer

    RoyTheHammer Well-Known Member

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  3. The Natural

    The Natural Well-Known Member

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    Is there a legal definition for "stay out of trouble" :lmao2:
  4. D29Murray

    D29Murray New Member

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    He must not get arrested for a year. That's what it says in the ESPN article.
  5. xvendettax914

    xvendettax914 Active Member

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    Its called an ACD. Goes off his record as well.
  6. links18

    links18 Well-Known Member

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    What if he is falsely arrested? Does that count? What if he gets arrested for something he didn't do and the charges are dropped later?
  7. AMERICAS_FAN

    AMERICAS_FAN Active Member

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    Championship! :rolleyes:
  8. AbeBeta

    AbeBeta Well-Known Member

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    Yeah, but clearly he wasn't falsely accused or his attorney wouldn't be settling for a plea deal.
  9. DragonCowboy

    DragonCowboy Well-Known Member

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    I think he means in the future year. If he's falsely arrested (arrested and found later to not be him) does it still violate the stipulation?
  10. TTexasTT

    TTexasTT Well-Known Member

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    Good. I hope that he can put all this behind him and move forward with his life. Since I dont know him I can really speak for his character but I want to believe that he is a good kid and despite his troubled past he will make the best of this chance that he has been given.
  11. Yeagermeister

    Yeagermeister Active Member

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    He took this deal because if he told what really happened his mother goes to jail.
  12. Doomsday101

    Doomsday101 Well-Known Member

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    I heard he also had to write 500 times on the black board "Don't be smacking momma around" :laugh2:
  13. peplaw06

    peplaw06 That Guy

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    Typical probation term would say, "Commit no offense against the laws of this state or any other state." In that case, an arrest may not be a violation if there is a subsequent dismissal or no charges filed.
  14. zrinkill

    zrinkill Diamond surrounded by trash

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    :lmao:
  15. peplaw06

    peplaw06 That Guy

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    This isn't a plea.
  16. Cajuncowboy

    Cajuncowboy Preacher From The Black Lagoon

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    That's the REAL bottom line here.
  17. Cajuncowboy

    Cajuncowboy Preacher From The Black Lagoon

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    That's what I understood as well. The title is misleading (not intentional though)
  18. hornitosmonster

    hornitosmonster Well-Known Member

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    Should have put a condition of 1200 yards and 10 TD's.
  19. WV Cowboy

    WV Cowboy Waitin' on the 6th

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    Or learn the playbook.
  20. AbeBeta

    AbeBeta Well-Known Member

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    So Pep, this is a pretty typical outcome for a first offense type case, right? Seems like you have a situation where, if convicted, the most likely outcome is a assignment to some form of diversion anyway. So much of this seems like the DA got the level of punishment they would have sought without going to court

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