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Ravens' Rolle settles domestic violence case

Ravens' Rolle settles domestic violence case

Baltimore Ravens cornerback Samari Rolle settled his domestic violence charge Wednesday in Tennessee by agreeing to nearly a year of probation along with anger management and marriage counseling after allegedly hitting his wife in February.

Rolle's attorney, Peter Strianse, and Williamson County district attorney Ron Davis reached a pretrial diversion agreement in Franklin, Tenn., where the former Pro Bowl selection was assigned to 11 months and 29 days of probation. Rolle is also required to make a $10,000 donation to assist battered women or children. If Rolle completes his legal obligations, the assault charge will be... Recommended Stories

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