Posted by Court Reporter on December 28, 2009 at 14:41:36:
In Reply to: Re: State of Wisconsin vs. Ch. 3 weatherman Jeffrey F. Smith posted by WOW WHO DID HE PAY OFF on December 28, 2009 at 14:38:48:
You are slightly incorrect. The deferred prosecution agreement states that if he behaves for the next 12 months, the original felony charge of incest will be dropped and instead he will be found guilty on two new misdemeanor charges of "Battery" and "Disorderly Conduct".
: Here's the verdict, kids:
: Deferred prosecution agreement!
: "Defendant Jeffrey F. Smith in court with attorney Stephen J. Eisenberg. Patricia A Barrett appeared for the State of Wisconsin. Media-Tim Damos makes a request to the court. Court allows photographs to be taken. Victims notification met, statements provided. Beth Smith makes statement. State makes statement and recommendation. Report to be sealed. Amended INFO filed. Rec'd copy/waived reading. Attorney Eisenberg makes a No contest/Alfred plea to Count 1 & 2. Defendant agrees. Court goes thru guilty plea questionnaire. NC/Alfred plea entered, advised of const. rights, plea accepted by Ct. Ct. withholds adj. of guilt. Deferred Prosecution Ordered 12 mo. on Ct. 1 & 2; filed agreement today. Terms noted in court. Review scheduled for December 28, 2010 at 08:30 am."
: Which basically means - YES, he gets off. As long as he doesn't screw up for the next year they will dismiss all charges.
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