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Ex-NFL player Aldon Smith agrees to plea deal in 2021 DUI case as he faces up to 16 months of jail


Ex-NFL defensive end Aldon Smith has agreed to a plea deal in relation to a DUI case from December 2021, as the ex-Seattle Seahawks, Dallas Cowboys, Oakland Raiders and San Francisco 49ers player could now face up to 16 months behind bars.

The 33-year-old, whose troubled timeline has seen him face at least five arrests in the last decade for driving under the influence, agreed to a plea of nolo contendere at a hearing in Northern California on Thursday.

‘In exchange, the court agreed it would not impose a sentence on [Smith] higher than 16 months in state prison,’ the San Mateo County District Attorney said in a statement via TMZ, adding that probation is also likely on the table. 

Aldon Smith agreed to a plea deal related to a 2021 DUI case in exchange for reduced jail time

Aldon Smith agreed to a plea deal related to a 2021 DUI case in exchange for reduced jail time

The defensive end's legal troubles began 11 years ago when he was on the San Francisco 49ers



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