Ray Rice Gets Domestic Violence Charge Dismissed [Details]
Rucuss staffMay 22, 2015
Former Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice is no longer considered a domestic violence offender.
Despite being caught on video knocking out his fiancée, Rice’s domestic violence charge has been dismissed and expunged from his record by the Atlantic City judicial system. Judge Michael Donio signed the order after the Atlantic County prosecutor told him Rice had completed the terms of his pretrial intervention. The Atlantic City D.A. lowered the charge against Rice from a felony to a misdemeanor.
TMZ reports Rice only had to pay a $125 fine and complete a 12-month supervised intervention program. Although Rice no longer has this on his legal record, he has already been branded by the public as an abuser.
The police may wipe out Rice’s assault charge, but they can’t wipe that video off the minds of the public.
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