Robbins gets five years' probation for brawl with police
MIAMI -- Former NFL lineman Barret Robbins was placed on probation Monday and ordered to continue treatment for bipolar disorder under a plea agreement resulting from a brawl with police who shot him.
Robbins, 32, got five years' probation under the agreement
approved last week by Miami-Dade County Circuit Judge Leon Firtel,
who also ordered him to avoid alcohol while on probation. Firtel
found Robbins guilty of five charges -- including attempted murder
and battery. The remaining ...
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