Javaris Crittenton Pleads Guilty to Gun Possesion, Gets Probation

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Javaris Crittenton, the less famous gun criminal on the Wizards, plead guilty to a misdemeanor firearms possession charge in District Court yesterday and received a year’s probation for his punishment. In addition, the Wizards’ guard will pay $1,250 in fines, and perform some local community service.

Is this a preview of Arenas’ sentencing in March? Given that Arenas is facing a more serious felony charge, I suspect that the probationary period, fine and service requirement may be larger and longer.

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