Lil Wayne Receives Probation In Arizona Gun Case

Lil Wayne Receives Probation In Arizona Gun Case

Published June 30, 2010

Lil Wayne finally catches a break.

The already incarerated multiplatinum rapper was sentenced to three years probation in Arizona for a drug possession charge.

Wayne (born Dwayne Michael Carter Jr.) dodged jail time in an Arizona prison after striking a plea deal in a gun case stemming from an arrest at a U.S. Border Patrol checkpoint back in January 2008.

Carter was in court via video conferencing from New York where he's currently serving an eight-month sentence after pleading guilty to attempted criminal possession of a weapon.

"We're quite glad that we were able to wrap everything up," James Tilson, Wayne's Arizona attorney, told Reuters. "It's a favorable plea agreement that will allow Mr. Carter to pursue his career."

Carter will start his Arizona probation when he concludes his sentence in Riker's.

Written by Nile Ivey, Staff


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