Reggie Ray, the “Chair-Man” of the Montgomery, Alabama Riverfront brawl will not have to serve jail time if he completes his community service.
On Monday, December 11, Reggie entered a conditional guilty plea in exchange for 50 hours of community service and a 90-day suspended sentence.
Reggie, 42, was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct in August after he got about that action with a folding chair on the riverfront after Damien Pickett, the co-captain of a Montgomery riverboat was attacked by a White family.
Disorderly conduct is considered a class C misdemeanor in Alabama.
A person convicted of a class C misdemeanor faces up to three months of jail time and a $500 fine.
Hopefully, Reggie Ray will complete his required community service to avoid all of that.
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