Bucs’ Richard Sherman Pleads Guilty To Misdemeanors, Must Be Court Supervised for Two Years & Perform Community Service
Richard Sherman was sentenced to a suspended term by a King County Superior Court judge on Monday in connection with an incident last summer in which he was accused of being under the influence while attempting to break into his in-law’s home after speeding through a construction zone.
The plea deal between Judge Kevin Peck and Sherman’s lawyer calls for Sherman to pay around $2,500 in court fees and be under court supervision for up to two years.
LOJ’s Amy Dash said this back in August: “It sounds like Sherman will be striking a plea deal on the series of misdemeanors and will likely serve probation, be assigned community service, and hopefully get mental health services or enter treatment programs if the court decides that he needs it.” This was exactly the outcome today. For more on her analysis click here.
Komo News has more here.