Monday, October 03, 2005

DAVID HARRISON ON A YEAR OF PROBATION


David Harrison of the Indiana Pacers was sentenced to a year of probation after demanding no contest to a transgression assault charge curtailing from one of the worst scuffles in U.S. sports history following the last week’s transgression charges sentenced to his teammates Ron Artest, Jermaine O'Neal and Stephen Jackson. The brawl took place at the Palace of Auburn Hills. David has also been sentenced community service, treatment for anger management counseling and a penalty of $250. Several fans at The Palace of Auburn Hills also were charged in the Nov. 19 brawl including Artest for the rest of the season, Jackson for 30 games, O'Neal for 25 and Johnson for five. The league did not suspend Harrison.

Community service makes more sense than jail time…………….

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