Edwards was sentenced to a year of active probation and 100 hours of community service. That would seem to be a good result considering he could have gone to jail for violating probation, but apparently Edwards wasn’t pleased with the development.
“They’re not too happy about it,” a Cleveland municipal court spokesman said. “I think they wanted him to walk.”
Edwards can serve his punishment remotely, although he has to check in with a parole office once a month.