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Posted at 06:05 PM ET, 02/26/2013

Albert Haynesworth completes community service; conviction dismissed

Albert Haynesworth’s misdemeanor conviction stemming from an incident at the W Hotel in 2011 was dismissed this week after the former Redskins lineman proved that he had completed community service and other requirements.

D.C. Superior Court Judge Truman A. Morrison III wiped the record clean on Monday, after Haynesworth proved he completed more than 160 hours of community service in 18 months and cleared assessments for alcohol use and psychological issues, his attorney A. Scott Bolden said.

Bolden said his client was “pleased to get this behind him” and “move on with his life.” Dropping the conviction was part of Haynesworth’s plea agreement. A spokesman for the U.S. Attorney’s office said Haynesworth “met the conditions of his deferred sentencing agreement.”

In August, 2011, Haynesworth, 31, entered a no-contest plea to one count of simple assault after allegations that he fondled a waitress as he paid a bill at the W Hotel’s P.O.V. Roof Terrace lounge earlier that year. Prosecutors initially charged Haynesworth with one count of misdemeanor sexual assault, but dropped that charge in exchange for Haynesworth’s plea to the lesser simple assault charge.

Bolden says his client now lives in Florida.

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Tags:  Albert Haynesworth, A. Scott Bolden, Judge Truman A. Morrison, Keith L. Alexander, D.C. Superior Court, sexual assault, NFL

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