Boxer Vinny Paz Cops Plea In Dom. Violence Case … Avoids Jail

Talk about swift justice … boxer Vinny Paz already had his day in court after being arrested for domestic violence Thursday morning … and he got off relatively easy — avoiding any jail time.

Paz was arrested this morning in Rhode Island after cops say V.P. refused to exit his house after allegedly beating up his GF … forcing cops to bust down his garage door.

Less than 10 hours after being charged with 2 misdemeanor domestic violence counts — Paz appeared in front of a judge and immediately copped a plea … pleading no contest to domestic violence simple assault.

The other charge was dismissed. Paz won’t spend time behind bars … but he ain’t free and clear. The judge ordered him to take domestic abuse and substance abuse counseling, participate in a mental health program, and give up his guns.

He’s also on probation for a year … and isn’t allowed to contact the victim for a year.

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Boxer Vinny Paz Cops Plea In Dom. Violence Case … Avoids Jail

Talk about swift justice … boxer Vinny Paz already had his day in court after being arrested for domestic violence Thursday morning … and he got off relatively easy — avoiding any jail time.

Paz was arrested this morning in Rhode Island after cops say V.P. refused to exit his house after allegedly beating up his GF … forcing cops to bust down his garage door.

Less than 10 hours after being charged with 2 misdemeanor domestic violence counts — Paz appeared in front of a judge and immediately copped a plea … pleading no contest to domestic violence simple assault.

The other charge was dismissed. Paz won’t spend time behind bars … but he ain’t free and clear. The judge ordered him to take domestic abuse and substance abuse counseling, participate in a mental health program, and give up his guns.

He’s also on probation for a year … and isn’t allowed to contact the victim for a year.

Your Archivist

Newspapers call their archives the morgue. I love that. This is probably because so many stories were about murder and crime. I'm archiving the present state of crime, punishment and journalism. I love true crime stories. Join me as I curate and collect the best current cases. Additionally, we'll review past crimes that intrigued and fascinated the public. It's murder and mayhem for the masses.

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