Famous UFC fighter and tumultuous personality Conor McGregor has recently taken a deal with prosecutors in which he pleaded guilty to Disorderly Conduct in exchange for no jail time. McGregor was originally facing twelve criminal charges including Menacing, Assault Resulting in Injury, Reckless Endangerment, and Criminal Mischief from an altercation that occurred last April with other fighters. Such charges could carry a maximum sentence of up to seven years in prison, but instead McGregor only has to undergo anger management classes and community service. The Law Offices of Steven J Pisani specialize in DUI, traffic, and criminal defense. Call our Denver office today for a free consultation at 303-635-6768.
BBC News, No author listed, July 26th, 2018