Brinson, per the report, “was given credit for 36 hours of community service” that has been performed and successfully completed what’s known as a “Responsibility Awareness Program.”
Stephens, who played football for the Bulldogs under legendary coach Vince Dooley, recently negotiated a timely plea bargain deal that ensured Jalen Carter would avoid jail time after the projected first-round pick faced racing and reckless driving charges.
Stephens, one of the highest rated defense attorneys in Georgia, drew national praise for his efficiency representing Carter in the high-profile case, which had been associated with the tragic crash involving two UGA program members.
Brinson’s charges dated back almost a year, when he was charged with shooting at three women with a pellet gun loaded with gel capsules on campus last April 6.
Two of the women said they had welts after being struck — one in the rib cage, another in the sternum — per a police report. Police used footage to track down Brinson, who said he thought he was shooting at acquaintances.