Aldon Smith pleads no contest in domestic violence case

By Jesse Reed
Kyle Terada-USA TODAY Sports

Aldon Smith has made a deal with prosecutors over domestic violence charges stemming from an incident with his fiancee back in March.

Smith initially pleaded not guilty. But on Monday he pleaded no contest to two of the four misdemeanor charges — violating a court order and false imprisonment — according to TMZ Sports.

The former NFL star was sentenced to 90 days in jail but won’t serve time. He was credited with time served and for time spent in a live-in alcohol treatment facility.

Additionally, Smith will be on probation for three years, was court ordered to attend one year of domestic violence counseling and was hit with 25 hours of community service, per TMZ Sports.