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Brooke Mueller

Judge Signs Off

On Sweet Plea Deal

3/19/2012 9:27 AM PDT BY TMZ STAFF

Brooke Mueller has just entered the courthouse
Brooke Mueller has just entered the courthouse to cop a plea in her cocaine possession case, and TMZ has learned the final terms of the deal that has already been approved by the judge.

-- The judge will dismiss the charges of felony cocaine possession with intent to distribute and misdemeanor assault.

-- Brooke will plead guilty to cocaine possession -- less than 4 grams.

-- The guilty plea will be "deferred" -- translation ... if Brooke complies with the conditions of probation the plea will not be entered and the entire episode will be expunged (erased) from her record.

-- Brooke will be placed on 12 months probation and the case will be transferred to California, where she lives.

-- Brooke must continue her rehab.  She has already logged 105 days at Cirque Lodge in Utah and she's entered her "Step 2" program in L.A., which she must complete.

-- Brooke will get no jail time and will pay no fines -- just court costs.

The judge will formally accept the deal at today's hearing. All in all, a great deal for Brooke. Her attorney, Yale Galanter, sealed the deal with prosecutor Arnold Mordkin.

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Everything went as planned. On her way out of court, Brooke said she's glad the case is behind her and she's looking forward to getting home to be with her kids (see below). 


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48 COMMENTS

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1.

STFUP    

No jail time and NO fines?!?!?!
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And she's a multiple repeat offender on drug charges.
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Talk about 'celebrity justice'. This is ridiculous. ANY 'normal' person would be behind bars right now. Guaranteed.

917 days ago
2.

Mike44090    

More celebrity justice. Celebrities almost have to kill someone to spend time in jail. Oh wait, even O.J. didn't have to spend time for that.

917 days ago
3.

Ih8Taxes    

Wow, I would be thrown in jail if I were drinking a beer in public. Must be nice to have that much money. Yup, celebrity justice at it's best.

917 days ago
4.

Stiletto    

I guess it is a good thing that she showed up with not so much as a sun tan...any darker than "pasty face corpse" might have caused them to actually wake up from their nap to sentance her.

917 days ago
5.

jbeans    

Your kidding me??

917 days ago
6.

LMB    

I got a 2nd DUI, went to rehab for a year (voluntarily), spent 30 days in jail AND was on probation for FIVE YEARS(completed successfully)...and this obvious junkie multiple multiple offender gets virtually nothing for cocaine?! WTF?
Jail woke me up, and she needs to wake the ef up. Where's the betting pool for how soon she'll violate probabtion?

917 days ago
7.

ZuluPhile    

Had this been a black man he would have received the death penalty.

917 days ago
8.

SLH    

lock her up for a year or so. that'll straighten the slob out

917 days ago
9.

Theresa    

She won't stay clean for long. As soon as she starts gaining weight she'll be right back on the diet pills and then the coke. She's an expert druggie who's used to doing what she wants.

917 days ago
10.

charley    

I thought this bitch was found dead in some sewer of an overdose...Oh well maybe next week!

917 days ago
11.

nomer    

Just another "star"--and I use the term loosely--who gets to do drugs, buy drugs, and possibly sell drugs with no consequences. makes me sick.

917 days ago
12.

Mumra the Ever Living    

TO ALL THE FOLKS WHO SAY SHE IS A MULTIPLE REPEAT DRUG OFFENDER:
>> That's the true beauty of getting a sentence like this. Once her record is expunged, the courts can no longer consider this a conviction - BECAUSE IT'S BEEN EXPUNGED!
>> How many of her other court convictions have been exunged? She will never do time because technically, it will always be her first offence. How many of Lindsay Lohan's convictions will be expunged? How many A to D list celebrities records have been expunged?
>> THIS IS A SCAM FOLKS. You and I, we have to live by the straight and narrow. These so called celebrities can do anything they want, because the rules don't count for them.

917 days ago
13.

pat    

Completely ridiculous.

She was charged with intent to distribute yet she gets off.


And to make it better, the case is transferred to California; where she can get caught with another 4 grams of blow and tha CA judicial system will just let her off yet again.


Can anyone say CORRUPTION is rampant in California and Colorado as well?

917 days ago
14.

cindy    

Must be nice to be rich.

917 days ago
15.

Leader of the ignorant masses    

Equality and justice for all? Call me crazy but i think there should be a standard punishment for every crime that applies to everyone. 2 + 2 should always equal 4. Not 2 + lawyer and fame equal special treatment. And i could be wrong but i think there is someone sleeping in the background.

917 days ago
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