Bruno Mars Reaches Plea Deal in Cocaine Case

January 28, 2011 0

Bruno Mars has reached a deal with the Clark County District Attorney’s office in which Mars will not have a conviction on his record for his Las Vegas cocaine arrest.

TMZ reports that the D.A. has agreed to a “deferred adjudication” meaning that Mars will have to stay out of trouble for 12 months, perform 200 hours of community service, and undergo private counseling. After 12 months, if he’s followed all the rules, the felony will be dismissed and he will have a clean record.

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