Justin Bieber Gets Plea Deal

Posted by: The Lush Crush on Wednesday, August 13th, 2014 Category Treble with the Law

Justin Bieber

The Justin Bieber DUI saga will soon be coming to an end as the singer is expected to take a plea deal today. Bieber won’t be serving any time in jail and it looks like he won’t be having a DUI conviction on his record, either. This is what the Lush Crush likes to call celebrity justice at its finest.

Attorneys for Bieber will be appearing in Miami criminal court on the singer’s behalf on Wednesday, August 13, 2014. Bieber will likely be pleading guilty to careless driving and resisting arrest in exchange for the judge dropping Bieber’s DUI charge.

By pleading guilty to two misdemeanor charges, Bieber is required to attend anger management classes, pay fines as well as make a charitable donation, and watch a series of online videos about real-life DUI tragedies.

Bieber’s friend, Khalil Sharieff, who was arrested with Bieber will also be getting a similar plea deal. Bieber and Sharieff were arrested back in January for driving under the influence after police officers witnessed them drag racing their rented luxury vehicles in a Miami neighborhood.

Bieber was also charged with resisting arrest for refusing to take his hands out of his pockets during the arrest. The police officer feared Bieber may have had a weapon on his person. Bieber became aggressive when the officer wanted to perform a pat down stating, “What the f-ck did i do. Why did you stop me?” and “I ain’t got no f-cking weapons. Why do you have to search me?”

Though he had only a little alcohol in his system when he was behind the wheel that night, Bieber did test positive for marijuana and the anti-anxiety medication, Xanax.

This plea deal comes just a month after Bieber reached another plea agreement for charges of egging a neighbor’s home in California. Bieber was placed on a 2-year probation and required to attend anger management classes.

Guys, Justin Bieber is angry!

Source: MTV.com

 

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