Daniel Shirey-USA TODAY Sports
LSU senior defensive back Jalen Mills was scheduled to stand trial Wednesday on a misdemeanor simple battery charge, but will enroll in a one year pretrial diversion program to resolve the charge instead. Per The Advocate:

Prosecutor Steven Danielson told state District Judge Chip Moore that Mills must remain arrest- and drug-free, submit to random drug testing, perform 30 hours of community service, undergo a psychological evaluation and attend a decision-making class as part of the program.

Danielson said the woman who was allegedly punched by Mills in May outside of Mills’ apartment complex agreed with the decision to let Mills enter the diversion program.
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