James Wilder Jr. accepts plea deal
Florida State running back James Wilder Jr. admitted to violating the terms of his probation during a plea hearing Thursday and agreed to serve three additional days in jail to complete his sentence.
In order to avoid further jail time while awaiting a hearing, Wilder accepted a plea deal that included 11 days in jail -- eight of which he already has served.
"While we'd liked to have disputed it, he doesn't have the luxury to sit in the Leon County Jail," Tim Jansen, Wilder's attorney, ...
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