Cardinals running back Jonathan Dwyer pleaded guilty Thursday in Maricopa County (Ariz.) Superior Court to a single count of disorderly conduct pertaining to his domestic violence case, according to The Arizona Republic. Dwyer was sentenced to 18 months of probation and community service following the plea, according to a court spokesman. The 25-year-old Dwyer was arrested Sept. 17 for a July 21 incident in which he allegedly head-butted his wife in the face and broke her nose after she refused his sexual advances and bit his lip, according to reports taken at the time. Dwyer's wife told police she reported the incident in September because she feared for their child's safety after seeing reports of Vikings running back Adrian Peterson's arrest on child-abuse charges. The Cardinals placed Dwyer on the reserve/non-football injury list after his September arrest. He did not play again during the 2014 season.
Cardinals running back Jonathan Dwyer's trial is scheduled for March 4, the Associated Press reports. Dwyer has pleaded not guilty to felony aggravated assault and eight misdemeanors during a July 21 incident. Investigators believe Dwyer broke his wife's nose, punched her the following day and threw a shoe at his 1-year-old son. He was arrested in September and placed on the reserve/non-football illness list. Barring a suspension from commissioner Roger Goodell, the Dwyer is eligible to play as early as the 2015 season.
Cardinals running back Jonathan Dwyer pleaded not guilty Monday to charges he assaulted his wife during two arguments in July at their Phoenix apartment, according to the Associated Press. Dwyer appeared at an arraignment hearing Monday in Phoenix. He is being charged with felony aggravated assault and eight misdemeanors.
Cardinals running back Jonathan Dwyer is expected to be in a Phoenix courtroom Monday morning to be arraigned on domestic violence charges, according to USA Today. Dwyer is facing charges of felony aggravated assault and eight misdemeanors, per an Associated Press report in late September.
Cardinals running back Jonathan Dwyer has been formally charged with assaulting his wife in two arguments in July at their Phoenix apartment, according to The Associated Press. Dwyer is facing charges of felony aggravated assault and eight misdemeanors. Investigators say Dwyer broke his wife's nose during a July 21 argument. He then engaged in another dispute July 22 in which he punched his wife and threw a shoe at his 17-month-old son, who wasn't injured.
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