A King County (Washington) judge ordered Richard Sherman released from custody on Thursday providing he promise to appear for future court hearings, including one Friday afternoon, and other conditions.
Judge Fa’amomoi Masaniai also ordered Sherman not to drink alcohol or do drugs and is not allowed to have contact with his father-in-law as part of his conditions to be released. Sherman is also not allowed to possess a weapon.
Sherman, who did not appear before the judge in Thursday’s hearing and was represented by his attorney, was released without bail after prosecutors had requested a bail of $10,000 be set.
“I see Mr. Sherman as a pillar in this community. He’s a business owner, a husband, he’s a father. I’m going to release Sherman on his own promise to return to court,” Masaniai said during the hearing, according to KING 5 News.
Masania found probable cause that Sherman should be charged with four offenses: misdemeanor and gross misdemeanor charges of criminal trespass in the second degree and malicious mischief in the third degree, both carrying domestic violence designations, and misdemeanor charges of resisting arrest and driving under the influence.
The free-agent cornerback will not face the felony charge of burglary domestic violence that he was booked for at 6:08 a.m. Thursday after he was arrested for allegedly trying to break into his wife’s parents’ residence.
Judge orders Richard Sherman to be released from jail without bail with several conditions
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