Adam Jones pleads guilty to misdemeanor obstruction charge

Adam Jones pleads guilty to misdemeanor obstruction charge

Adam Jones pleads guilty to misdemeanor obstruction charge

Bengals cornerback Adam "Pacman" Jones pleaded guilty on Tuesday to a misdemeanor charge from an altercation earlier this year.

In the courtroom of Cincinnati Municipal Court Judge Dwane Mallory on Tuesday, Jones apologized for his actions, and also to the police officer he accosted.

Jones was arrested back in January for three misdemeanors - assault, disorderly conduct and obstructing official business - and then hit with a felony charge of assault with a bodily substance after allegedly spitting on a medical staff member at jail.

The Hamilton County prosecutor dismissed a felony count alleging Jones spit on a jail nurse. Jones was sentenced to time already served, which amounts to two days.

"That is not an example of how I want kids to see me".

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"I truly apologize for what I did, my actions", Jones said.

A person with knowledge of the decision tells The Associated Press that Cleveland Browns wide receiver Josh Gordon has been denied reinstatement by the NFL. Jones pleaded an equivalent of no contest to a misdemeanor charge of conspiracy to commit disorderly conduct in a 2007 Las Vegas strip club melee. "I have 99 percent non-celebrities in my court".

Props toPacman Jones' attorney - 'cause despite all the insane stuff the National Football League star did during a crazed January 3rd tirade in Cincinnati, he won't serve another minute behind bars. But it's been made into a public issue, and maybe I am overly tolerant. A diligent pro. He's got to just continue to handle himself within the scope of day to day and be a great pro.

It wasn't Jones' first run in with the law.

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