On Thursday morning, Dec 1, experts in Tampa, Florida gave a arrest warrant for previous NFL wide beneficiary Antonio Brown.
The dynamic capture warrant gave by the Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office demonstrates that the crime happened on Nov. 28.
Brown is being looked for capture on the charge of purposeful battery against someone else, which is delegated a crime.
Albeit the character of the casualty has not been delivered, informal reports recommend that it was an occurrence of abusive behavior at home against his ex-accomplice.
It is worth focusing on that the competitor doesn't have a bond choice in the warrant.
According to the firm Hussein and Webber based in Orlando, in the state, “the penalties may include up to one year in prison, or a probationary sentence not to exceed one year. Unlike other misdemeanors, prosecutors in Florida frequently seek jail sentences or probation sentences, including for first-time assault offenders”.