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Aldon Smith's father says son 'very happy' with sentencing

AP Image On Friday, San Francisco 49ers outside linebacker Aldon Smith was sentenced to serve 11 Mondays as part of a Sheriff’s work detail got charges related to vehicle and weapons possession.  He was also ordered to pay $2,000 in fines and is required to do 235 hours of community service. As part of his probation agreement, Smith is not allowed to drink or enter a liqueur store...
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49ers News: Aldon Smith sentenced to 12-days in jail

Aldon Smith's judgement day has finally arrived. The 49ers Linebacker had his sentencing hearing yesterday, resulting in a 12-day jail sentence.#463835629 / gettyimages.comSmith is actually able to completely bypass his jail time by serving with a work crew every Monday for 11-weeks. The timing is perfect for Smith and the 49ers, as the 11th and final Monday that he would have...
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Weekly Rewind: Smith Sentenced; TE, OL preview; Breakout year for Culliver?

In case you missed it: Columns from the cover32 universe to catch up on anything and everything from the San Francisco 49ers this week. San Francisco 49ers - Aldon Smith Sentenced to 12 days in jail (READ) - 49ers Offensive Line training camp preview (READ) - 49ers Tight End training camp preview (READ) - Is CB Chris Culliver poised for a breakout year? (READ) You may also be interested...
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Aldon Smith’s father: ‘I know he’s very happy with what transpired’

Thurston Smith got an upbeat text message from his son Aldon following today’s sentencing in Santa Clara County Superior Court. “I know he’s very happy with what transpired,” Thurston Smith said in an exclusive phone interview from his Kansas City-area home. Aldon Smith issued the following statement through his San Mateo-based attorney Josh Bentley: “I would like to...
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3 days ago  |  Discuss

49ers’ Aldon Smith Sentenced To Three Years Probation In DUI, Weapons Case

SAN JOSE, Calif. — San Francisco 49ers linebacker Aldon Smith was sentenced Friday to serve three years of probation and to spend 11 days with a work crew after he pleaded no contest to drunken driving and weapons charges. The sentence came after Santa Clara County Superior Court Judge Daniel Nishigaya reduced three felony counts of possessing illegal assault rifles to misdemeanors...
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Aldon Smith receives 12-day sentence and probation

San Francisco 49ers line backer Aldon Smith was sentenced today to 12-days in jail which will be served on a work crew (Credit: AP Photo) San Francisco 49ers line back Aldon Smith received a 12-day sentence and three years of probation on a no contest plea he plead in May for three felony counts of illegal possession of an assault rifle and two misdemeanor counts of DUI. Instead...
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Aldon Smith has to serve 11 more days in jail for getting caught with 3 crazy guns? (Photo)

San Francisco 49ers linebacker Aldon Smith was sentenced in a Santa Clara County Superior Court on Friday related to a May no contest plea to three felony counts of illegal possession of an assault weapon and two misdemeanor counts of DUI. A judge sentenced Smith to 12 days in county jail with a one-day credit, […] The post Aldon Smith has to serve 11 more days in jail for getting...
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Aldon Smith sentenced to 12 days in jail

49ers linebacker Aldon Smith had his hearing today and it sounds like he got off pretty easy given the fact that he was facing felony gun charges. Judge reduces felonies re guns to misdemeanors. — tracey kaplan (@tkaplanreport) July 18, 2014 Gun felonies reduced to misdemeanors #49ers — tracey kaplan (@tkaplanreport) July 18, 2014 DUI:court prob for 3 years, *12 days in county...
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Aldon Smith Sentenced To Jail For Vehicle Charges

San Francisco 49ers star edge rusher Aldon Smith has been sentenced to 12 days in jail. Photo Credit: 49ers.com Out before preseason ends RT @newsdamian: Aldon Smith sentenced 12 days in jail for vehicle charges — Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) July 18, 2014 However, each of his three felony weapons charges—which stem from a party in 2012 where a man was stabbed and Smith partied...
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49ers star Aldon Smith sentenced to 12 days in jail

Troubled 49ers star Aldon Smith had sentencing today for numerous weapon charges and a DUI, but had felony gun charges reduced to misdemeanors and seemed to get off pretty lightly in the grand scheme of things. Judge reduces felonies re guns to misdemeanors. — tracey kaplan (@tkaplanreport) July 18, 2014 DUI:court prob for 3 years, *12 days in county jail, with 1 day credit, ...
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