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Last week, his attorney, Alan Stoler, filed a motion for continuance, saying that before he's sentenced Dennard would like to show the court he could complete his community service, had complied with all the terms of probation and had favorable results from recommendations of a psychologist.
Stoler said Dennard has completed about 65 hours of community service, but could finish 35 more hours in next two months.
Dennard has been meeting regularly with his probation officer in Massachusetts, has participated in weekly counseling sessions and has been subject to random tests at work at least weekly since August, he said. The tests all have come back free of controlled substances, steroids and alcohol.