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4/11/2007 5:57 PM PDT BY TMZ STAFF

Snoop, there it is! Snoop Dogg pleaded no contest in a Los Angeles County Superior Court today on two felonies related to arrests last year on gun possession and marijuana charges.

He was given a three-year suspended sentence -- so no jail time. Dogg has also been sentenced to five years of formal probation and 800 hours of community service. Coming soon to a roadside near you!

Snoop was arrested on October 27 outside Bob Hope Airport in Burbank, Calif. after police found a gun and marijuana in his car. He was then arrested on November 28 near NBC Studios after an appearance on "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno." Police say they found the rapper in possession of cocaine, a firearm and a large amount of marijuana. He was also cited for allegedly having a false compartment in his vehicle.


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Amazing, isn't it?

2754 days ago


You have GOT to be kidding me! A suspended sentence? This guy is a criminal through and through, and ought to be jailed before he kills someone! Would he have received a suspended sentence if he wasn't a 'celebrity'? I think NOT!! Can't wait to hear what O'Reilly has to say about this one!!

2753 days ago

the one    

Fa shizzle dizzle!! Keep dem hoes in check!!

2753 days ago


Another clebrity gets away with breakin the law imagine that!

2753 days ago


Now let's stop giving this guy airtime on tv. Jay Leno seems to love him and I'm sure we'll see him on the Tonight Show joking and mumbling soon.

What do the advertisers see in him? I think it's disgusting giving him any kind of credence in the legitimate world. He's known as a rapper with no regard for women, a druggie, a weapon holder but yet people kind of 'twitter' and laugh because he talks with some stupid kind of made up language.

Let's stop letting him think he's so important.

2753 days ago


Money talks

2753 days ago

the one    

Damn Kevin relax dude; everything will be o.k. I promise!!!!!

2753 days ago


I guess they are not going to lock him up until he kills someone.

2753 days ago

montana mike    

ex-felon with a weapon--the first one usually is 5 years automatic. i guess if you're famous, the rules are different. i'm a snoop dog fan, but it sucks to see celebrities walk on all these charges

2753 days ago


Boooooooooo, they needed to send his ass to jail! He swears that he's above the law. Come on...trying carrying a gun onto a plane?! You can't be serious! This court system sucks!!!

2753 days ago


Hey, I don't know who he knows to keep his a## out of the pokie, but
he must cooperate with the authorities or something.

2753 days ago


According to the papers he could have gotten 4 yrs. Yet, he walks, thanks to his money and lawyers. My question is: how much of that money could have gone to scholarships; tutoring; mentoring and other programs designed to develop young minds for positive influence as part of society? Then again, I guess no self-respecting, gin-and-juice drinking, blunt smoking pimp thug would do something that lame!

2753 days ago



Why don't you clean up your act and become a role model for the younger generations who desperately need one!

2753 days ago


It had to be a very difficult decision: Do we give him a "slap on the wrist" and be accused of letting another rich celeb off the hook? Or do we throw the book at him and be accused of racism. Truly a no win situation. I guess with all the crap that's gone down with Imus, Richards, and company they decided to go the celeb route. So sad...Your average Joe wouldn't be seeing the light of day for at least 5 years...

2753 days ago


What you people don't realize is that on probation, no drinking or smoking weed!!! He will definetly violate his probation terms, then be sent to jail. Random drug tests await him!! He going to have somebody up his ass watching him!!! Stop doing drugs Snoop!! Your older now, take the break and really quit that garbage.

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