November 9, 2011 – (Motor Sports Newswire) –
Stewart, 25, pleaded no contest this morning to a misdemeanor related to a March arrest.
Millionaire motocross star James “Bubba” Stewart, accused in March of trying to use flea market-bought flashing lights to pull over a vehicle containing actual law officers, pleaded no contest this morning to a misdemeanor related to the case.
The plea agreement calls for Stewart to perform 75 hours of community service but adjudication of guilt was withheld because he is a first-time offender.
He will be fined $500 and will be on probation for a year.
Stewart, initially charged with impersonating a law enforcment officer — a felony —pleaded no contest to a first-degree misdemeanor charge of using flashing or rotating lights on a motor vehicle.
He declined comment after a brief hearing at the Osceola County Courthouse.
The Central Florida motocross champion, whose website calls him “the Tiger Woods of supercross,” was arrested March 28 on the . . .
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SOURCE: Orlando Sentinel