Washington Wizards star player Gilbert Arenas avoided jail Friday as he was sentenced to spend 30 days in a halfway house after pleading guilty to gun charges. The NBA player will also serve 400 hours of community service and pay a $5,000 fine. Prosecutors wanted Arenas to serve at least three months in jail after he was brought up on charges stemming from a December 21 incident where he got in an altercation with a teammate and pulled a gun on him. Arenas has already been suspended from...Read Full Story
A bad January has just turned much, much worse for Gilbert Arenas. The Washington Wizards point guard has not been charged with a felony gun violation, after admitting that he brandished guns in the team locker room during a now infamous December 21 incident. Arenas was charged with one count of carrying a pistol withou a liscense. It's a charge that carries up to a maximum sentence of five years in prison and a steep fine.Arenas and his lawyers have been feverishly working to secure a...Read Full Story
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