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Sean Penn Cops Plea in Criminal Case: No Contest

Bad boy Sean Penn decides to cop a plea in his criminal case.

Sean was charged with misdemeanor vandalism and battery by L.A. City Attorney Carmen after attacking a paparazzi last October.

Well today, according to TMZ, the battery charge was dismissed and Penn was placed on 36 months probation and ordered to perform 300 hours of community service. The judge said Penn’s work for his Haitian relief organization will count toward his 300 hours, but his prior volunteer work won’t count — it’s 300 hours going forward.

Penn was also ordered to perform 36 hours of anger management, which can be done through a private therapist, reports TMZ.

If Penn successfully completes his probation his vandalism conviction will turn into a disturbing the peace conviction — a lesser offense.

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