Adrian Peterson’s Probation Terminated After 9 Months: Latest Details, Reaction

August 6, 2015   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson was originally mandated to serve two years of probation stemming from a no-contest plea regarding his child abuse case, but his probation was ended after nine months, according to the Star Tribune's Mary Lynn Smith.
Citing a source, ESPN.com's Ben Goessling reported Peterson's probation was terminated at an earlier date because he "fulfilled all his requirements."
According to Smith, Peterson had to serve 80 hours of community service after paying a $4,000 fine based on the plea entered for misdemeanor reckless assault. ABC 13 added Peterson had to complete parenting classes under the terms of his probation.
However, according to KHOU 11 News' Jeremy Rogalski, Montgomery County District Attorney Brett Ligon claimed Peterson did not complete all of the requirements associated with his probation.
According to Ligon, Peterson was supposed to put together a public service announcement on child discipline.
"We were tryi...

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